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Zero Waste Energy acquires compost technology

Zero Waste Energy, LLC (ZWE), a waste industry company specializing in recyclable commodity recovery combined with green energy production, has recently acquired the exclusive North American license for in-vessel composting (IVC) technologies,...


Zero Waste Energy, LLC (ZWE), a waste industry company specializing in recyclable commodity recovery combined with green energy production, has recently acquired the exclusive North American license for in-vessel composting (IVC) technologies, developed by their German partner, Eggersmann Anlagenbau. ZWE will combine this technology with the previously acquired license for the Kompoferm patented dry anaerobic digestion technology from Eggersmann. The IVC Plus system, developed by Eggersmann, is a break-through in-vessel composting technology that requires 50 per cent less cycle time than traditional aerobic compost processes; in this case the active compost process and maturation period can be accomplished in less than 28 days, yielding a compost ready to be bagged for retail sales or sold in bulk to end users. The system has a smaller footprint, lower infrastructure, and lower operating costs per tonne processed than competing systems.

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