Introducing the KWIK Composter, an automatic Bio-Mechanical Composter and Organic Waste Converter that leverages sustainable microorganism-based technology. It efficiently converts organic waste, including food scraps and biodegradables, into nitrogen-rich compost, reducing volume by up to 80%.
Why use composters? What is the problem that they solve?
The KWIK Composter, suitable for processing over 25 kilograms of food waste, caters to diverse settings such as landfills, industrial canteens, residential communities, hotels, malls, hospitals, and schools in Hyderabad.
- A kitchen composter machine not only alleviates landfill pressures but also enriches soil, promoting crop growth.
- Wet waste composting machines effectively mitigate harmful greenhouse gas emissions during the composting process.
- Implementing organic waste shredding machines for city waste composting fosters urban job opportunities and enhances waste management practices.
- Establishing waste compost plants leads to practical savings on waste transport costs.
- Waste compost plants can generate revenue by selling city compost, supporting eco-friendly cycles.
- Embracing this approach aligns with Sustainable Development Goals, offering a sustainable solution.
- It also enables earning credits for LEED, BREEAM, and Green Building certifications, showcasing sustainability. Hyderabad boasts some of the top organic waste converter manufacturers.
Features of KWIK Composter
- Fully Automatic Organic Waste Composter, user-friendly
- Silent and odorless operation
- Proven, sustainable technology
- May not require 100% segregation
- Produces nitrogen-rich compost
- Low operating and maintenance costs
- Trusted by a broad client base
- Recommended by MOEF and Environment Clearance Committee
- Approved by Hyderabad Municipal Corporation
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* Dimensions may change as per the modification
* Segregation is required in heater based KWIK Composter Accelerators.
** Typical waste type is municipal waste, only rice, only apples, fish markets, meats.