Our goal is to implement a rational approach to organic waste and biomass management, driven by our care for the environment and sustainable development.
Field of work: The production of organohumic fertilisers and soil enhancers through biomass and solid waste composting.
The processing of sludge deriving from urban waste treatment facilities and industrial wastewater.
For soil’s natural properties: Compost enhances the soil’s structure and density, fights corrosion, and increases its water retention abilities.
For soil’s chemical properties: Compost stabilizes the soil’s pH and enhances its ability to retain nutrients, by increasing its cation-exchange capacity.
For soil’s biological properties: Compost provides soil with organic nutrients and fights plant diseases.
Compost is a soil enhancer, deriving from the controlled aerobic decomposition of organic materials. It is biologically stable, humus rich, and suitable for plant growth.
Compost is dark brown, friable, and loose, and exudes an earthy scent.
|Preprocessing stage||Ingredient mix for the creation of specific physicochemical characteristics|
|Active composting||Ingredient arrangement in windrows of predetermined dimensions, and regular mechanical ventilation with the use of a special inverter|
|Maturation||Windrow reconfiguration in bigger piles and ventilation minimisation|
|Refining||Product sieving and packaging|