A HOLISTIC & SUSTAINABLE APPROACH DIVERTING LANDFILL & CREATING ESSENTIAL ORGANIC SOIL-FORTIFYING PRODUCTS

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  1. Recovery
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Agricultural resource > Nutrient rich inputs (chicken, sheep & cow) from farming – providing nutrient

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Municipal greens > Organic greens from city councils & commercial forestry – providing carbon

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Organic resource > From other commercial activities – tree loppers, lawn mowers & food manufacturing to reuse & repurpose

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2. Grind & Shred > Green stocks are sorted & shred to smaller pieces

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3. Enclosed Forced Aeration > Oxygen is pumped for 4 weeks to allow aerobic pasteurisation, product is broken down with microbes, removing potential pathogens

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4. Preparation > Mix feed stock & add moisture from recycled, nutrient rich dam water

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5. Compost > Outdoor composting in windrows at 600C or more for 8 weeks

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6. Screen & Grade > Compost is screened, graded, sorted for size & application

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7. Organic Product > Ready-to-use product is bagged, packed in bulka bags or transported unpacked in bulk

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OUT > Organic soil products for wholesale to retail, horticultural & landscaping markets

Agriculture, biological farming, bioremediation, broadacre production, nurseries/garden centres, vegetable production & viticulture