One-Stop-Shop-Recycling-Solutions for biogenious waste
31. July 2020
Summertime is harvest time. During the processing of pumpkin, apples, zucchini and many other fruits and vegetables there are leftovers. These leftovers can be processed into compost by proper preparation and returned to the cycle. We also profit significantly from the utilisation to biogas, which supplies energy and heat. Our partner companies offer waste management solutions.
Individual solutions for biogenious waste
Waste materials are valuable but to manage and process the materials know-how and technology is needed. We are a consortium of experts in the field of waste management coming from industry, research, and public authority. Together we provide you with the perfect One-stop-shop recycling solution for your individual need in the field of waste management and technology.
Our One-stop-shop circular and recycling solutions for a wide range of waste fractions derived from Austrians excellence in achieving one of Europe´s highest recycling rates. Waste fractions and waste systems are highly diverse; therefore, we like to provide solutions, which are specially adapted to your initial position.
For further details please visit www.don’twasteinvest.com or contact us with your request at email@example.com.
Kitchen and catering waste consists of plant and animal waste from cooking and left-over food (mainly scraps from cooking and uneaten leftovers). The composition of kitchen and catering waste, which is recorded separately, depends on the collection system, consumer behaviour, the geographical location of its source and the season. Therefore, it is not readily comparable. Waste materials from green areas include waste from communal gardens and parks, cemeteries and roadside greeneries. Waste materials from this sector consist of grass, leaves, cuttings from shrubs and trees and waste resulting from the tending of graves, such as wreaths and bouquets. (BMNT, 2015)
Biogenic waste that have been collected separately are recycled in agricultural, communal or commercial composting and biogas plants. Subsequently, the compost is utilised in agriculture or to fertilize public green areas. The biogas that is produced in biogas plants is used to generate energy and heat. The digestate are composted or are used directly in farming. (BAWP 2017)
More news on this topic
Recycling of nuclear power plant parts by Schrott24
Schrott24 is the largest European online platform for the trade of scrap metal and specializes in the recycling of scrap metal from industrial production. The company now recycles parts of the decommissioned Mülheim-Kärlich (Germany) nuclear power plant. More →
Andritz ART-Center opening
International technology Group Andritz has opened a modern test and research center for the recycling industry. As a result of the cooperation within the Green Tech Cluster, the University of Leoben will also locate its Digital Waste Research Lab at this research hotspot. More →
Climate-neutral energy and raw material innovation from the Montanuniversität Leoben
The university for mining, metallurgy and materials at Leoben is currently developing pioneering technologies, in collaboration with renowned industrial partners, that will enable CO2 neutral extraction of carbon and hydrogen from a single source. More →