New XACT Systems’ Composting Technology Videos Just Posted To YouTube

Composting Technology Videos

Rotation Speed & Odor Control
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zlt8hOoDt8
The successful odor-free composting process of organic waste in the BioReactor is dependent upon a few factors.  One of these is the rotation speed of the drum itself.  The BioReactor by XACT Systems Inc. rotates very very slowly as shown in this video.  This allows the material inside the composter to gently tumble.  In turn, this gentle tumbling allows each and every particle of the waste material to be exposed to the oxygen present in the ambient air.  The oxygen-loving bacteria which naturally occur in the waste are therefore “knee deep” in the oxygen and thus thriving, multiplying and decomposing (eating) the waste material at a highly accelerated rate.  The by-products of such highly aerobic decomposition is simply water vapour (H20) and carbon dioxide C02.  Neither of these gases are odorous, noxious or harmful. So, by using the BioReactor Technology to compost organic waste, you can do so quickly and in a virtually odor-free manner.
Discharged Compost is Virtually Odorless!  
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdZgBOqTJWI
 The composting process in the BioReactor is highly aerobic due to the ventilation systems and slow tumbling action of the organic waste inside the BioReactor.  As a result the compost upon discharge, is odor-free.  Typical composting time varies from 3 to 7 days depending on the waste material to be composted
composting technology videos

Advanced composting technology such as the BioReactor can produce compost that is virtually odor-free.

Dewater Dairy Manure 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HggJ3PWIY9Q
 Composting dairy manure in XACT Systems BioReactor typically requires that the manure be dewatered prior to loading into the composter.  The optimum moisture content of any organic waste to be composted is approximately 65%
Please click on any of the links above to view the new composting technology videos.  Many thanks.  D

 

Food Waste Composted with the In-Vessel Composter by XACT

Composting Food Waste Generated by 8,000 Room Resort in Cancun

Food waste composting

Food waste from the kitchens and dining rooms is collected separately and taken to the on-site composter for fast composting.

Food waste composted with the in vessel composter by XACT is solving the organic waste problem of an 8,000 room hotel in Cancun, Mexico.  The Cancun Palace Resort generates 2500 tons of organic waste per year, and wanted/needed to reduce their high waste haulage costs and landfill tipping fees.  In addition, the hotel management wanted to take meaningful action to reduce their GHG emissions.

The Palace Resort was able to solve both objectives effectively by choosing the BioReactor by XACT Systems to compost their organic waste.    As an added bonus, the Cancun Palace Hotel’s corporate image is enhanced by their responsible waste management initiative.  Plus the benefits don’t stop there!  The Return On Investment (ROI) is only 18 months making the investment in the BioReactor Composting System a savvy decision in all respects.

Food Waste and Garden Waste are the Feedstocks

The BioReactor is composting food waste from the kitchens and dining rooms as well as green and brown gardening residue.  The waste is processed in the in-vessel composter for 5 days.  Upon discharge, the compost is pathogen-free, weed seed-free and virtually odorless.

Composting in the BioReactor Is Followed by Vermicomposting

Composting Food Waste

The BioReactor is 8′ diameter by 40′ long. The food waste, green and brown plant residue are composted in the vessel in 5 days.

The next step in the operation is for the compost to be placed in the worm bins for further decomposition.  Vermicompost is process of decomposition of organic waste using worms.  The castings (or worm manure) have a high saturation of water soluble nutrients (readily plant available) and makes an excellent organic fertilizer and soil conditioner.  The Cancun Palace Resort uses the castings in their own nursery, gardens, flower beds, and on the golf course.

Tel: 1-613-399-5686   •   Or: 1-613-391-1445   •   Email: info@xactsystemscomposting.com