The Waste Transformers

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Turn your food waste into clean energy and natural fertiliser on site

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February 22 2024

A Waste Transformer is an anaerobic digester, modular designed and build in 20-foot shipping containers producing biogas by a digitally enabled process. The number of containers is scaled and able to process between 350 - 3000 kg of food waste per day.

Pros & Limitations
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Reduce 5.11kg of CO2* per one kg food waste (compared to sending it to landfill)
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Food waste is turned into green energy (biogas or electricity and heat)
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Direct financial savings of food waste collection fees, and energy usage costs
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Deployed on site
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Needs minimal the space of two parking lots to place the Waste Transformer
Specification
Specification Title Specification Description
Areas of Applications
Waste to Electricity & Heat | Waste to Fertiliser | Waste to Biogas
Processing Capacity
A Waste Transformer is modular and scalable, capable of processing between 350kg to 3000kg of food waste per day, on your own site.
Design
On-site containerized anaerobic digester to process food waste directly on-site into value
Installation
It is a Plug-and-play system, easy to place, easy to operate and with low maintenance.

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Technology Readiness Level

[8/9]

Development Technology demonstration Mature / Proven
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A Waste Transformer is an on-site anaerobic digester and is scalable to the amount of food waste you produce and very easy to operate:

  1. It reduces your waste handling fees.
  2. It reduces your energy bills
  3. It creates a strong story about your own responsibility regarding your food waste streams.

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