Organic Waste Treatment
The morphology of waste in MSW may be differ from each other depending on the region, but experts agree that on average organic waste makes up at least 30% of the total. To prevent the decomposition of organic matter in a landfill with the release of harmful landfill gases (ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, methane), such waste must be divided into two parts organic and packaging. After sorting, the packaging goes to further processing, and the organic part is subject to composting or further processing to obtain biofuels.

AXE MACHINERY offers complete solutions for the separation of organic substances from MSW, as well as equipment for accelerated composting of organic waste with their subsequent transformation into technical soil.

TIGER DEPACK unique separators for separating organic parts from any kind of MSW: packaging (vials, canisters) of household chemicals, drinks, food, etc. Thanks to the unique patented technology, separators effectively divide the organic fraction. By separating the organic fraction, Tiger significantly reduces the weight and volume of the tailings. Separators can work as a single machines or be part of the MSW deep sorting complex.
SCARAB company is the world's leading manufacturer of self-propelled burt agitators. Scarab machines easily stir up compost piles consisting of organic waste from the livestock industry and solid municipal waste. Innovative technologies make SCARAB an industry leader in reliability, low operating costs, fuel efficiency and high performance.Composting is the process of processing organic matter with the participation of thermophilic aerobic bacteria. This technology makes it possible to turn food and other organic waste into a safe technical soil that can be used as fertilizer in agriculture, and in landscaping, landfill reclamation, land remediation, etc.
Composting is an aerobic reaction, so compost needs to be provided with oxygen access. With a centralized method of compost production, organic waste is stored in burts, for which oxygen saturation they must be regularly stirred. If the technological process is followed, the maturation time of the compost will be only 3 weeks.