The term ‘organic recycling’ refers to activities that collect, process, and beneficially reuse wastes derived from organic materials (organic materials can be sourced from both urban and rural environments).
It may be something you are already doing on a local level without even realising it, as almost everyone is familiar with the concept of the back-yard compost or worm bin. However, the commercial potential for organic recycling is huge, and we have only just scratched the surface, the options are endless!
Liquid wastes, such as muddy or storm waters, food processing waste, grease trap, bio solids, residues from manufacturing processes and animal manures, as well as solid wastes, such as vegetation, green waste, pallet waste, tree loppers chip, field crop residues, wood waste from logging and land clearing are just some of the materials that can be processed into value added end products.
Opportunities to recover more resources grow every day as newer technologies and techniques become available. The organic recycling industry is highly regulated; please contact us to determine if we have a suitable waste disposal solution for you.