How our bioplastic food composters work
If you’re looking for a sustainable solution for your business, consider BMD Food Composters. Food composters can help you deal with food waste and compostable packaging, saving you money while making a positive impact on the environment. Our food composters use the natural breakdown of food waste by microbes in an oxygenated environment to break down food waste into carbon dioxide and water.
This process replicates the human digestive process and produces a liquid effluent that can be deposited into current sewer systems or used as irrigation and fertilizer on-site. By treating your food waste and compostable packaging waste on-site, you can eliminate the need for waste to be transported to a landfill. Our BMD machines accelerate the degradation of organic waste by microorganisms, which is much faster than in landfills and is environmentally friendly.If food waste and/or compostable packaging is a problem you’re already dealing with, food composters may be a simple answer you’ve yet to discover. A food digester uses the natural breakdown of food waste by microbes.
Full aerobic digestion breaks down food waste into carbon dioxide and water in a relatively short amount of time in an oxygenated environment. Our food composters try to replicate this process by turning food waste into a liquid effluent that can be deposited into current sewer systems – or stored to use as irrigation and/or fertilizer in the surrounds of the main facility.
All living species, including our bodies, follow the same laws that control this process. In fact, commercial aerobic digestion technology is sometimes referred to as a “mechanical stomach” since it closely resembles the human digestive process.
Food waste digestion aids in the management of organic waste where it is created. Choosing to treat your food (and later on, the compostable packaging waste on-site) can help you address some of the major food waste challenges, such as eliminating the need for waste to be trucked to a landfill.
Microorganisms efficiently degrade organic waste, and they do it significantly faster in our BMD machines than in breakdown in landfills, which are destructive to the environment.