Approximately 30 – 40% of the U.S. food supply goes to waste. Organizations of all sizes contribute to that staggering number which is detrimental to the environment. Introducing a Revolution Series Digester into your waste management process can help save money, while achieving sustainability goals by eliminating unnecessary food waste and diverting it from distant landfills. Our advanced analytics enables you to track performance in a meaningful way.
As citizens of the global community, each of us has an opportunity to make zero waste choices today for a better world tomorrow. Converting trash to energy is a vital part of the waste and renewable energy industry in the U.S. The high demand for energy has already led to an increase in the use of waste incinerators. There is a need for US industries to embrace the use of alternative fuels to serve as fossil fuel replacements and reduce their carbon footprint.
Features and benefits of a Food Waste Digester:
Reduce Waste Cost - Reduces hauling costs by eliminating food waste on-site.
Measures Food Waste - Capture sophisticated machine utilization & waste diversion metrics.
EcoFriendly - Natural green technology diverts food waste from distant landfills.
Easy to Use - No grinding or pre-processing required. No solids to manage after digestion.
No Upfront Costs - Economical monthly subscription plans are available.
Safe and Odorless - Aerobic digestion is odorless and requires no chemical additives. Sealed enclosure keeps pests away.
The digester works like a robotic stomach, using aerobic digestion with naturally occurring bacteria, water and oxygen to break down food waste into liquid form. No chemicals are needed. With the right condition a digester can process up to 100 pounds of food waste in one hour. Bacteria is introduced into the digester through water soluble packets which contain a mixture of microorganisms in a carrier. The carrier (or the host) is need so that the microorganisms feed off during transport and storage as well as to provide the starter nutrients for the digestion process. The carrier is also a natural product and can be grain, yeast or woody pulp. Different industries will require different strains of bacteria, depending of the waste profile to be digested. Some microorganisms thrive on fats oils and greases while others prefer fruits and vegetable.
Our patented IoT software platform leverages AWS and Slack to empower low-tech industrial machinery with high-tech data analytics capabilities and communication tools.