Standard-Type Equipment SUN-1500L

The largest composting-free technology system is designed for handling a wide range of organic waste treatment tasks and is suitable for use by both public and private agencies and industries. The system comes in two forms: a fixed type and a mobile type, depending on the specific needs of the user. With its large capacity and advanced features, this system is a powerful tool for managing organic waste on a large scale.


Economical-type Equipment ECO-6000L

This model is designed to handle large volumes of dried and solid agricultural waste that may not be manageable by local governments, leading to environmental and hygienic concerns. It is capable of processing various crop residues to produce usable materials or organic fertilizer, providing significant benefits to farmers.

The system has applications in environmental protection, manufacturing and processing industries, and agriculture. It can be used by governmental and non-governmental organic waste processing organizations, food processing industries, restaurants, traditional vegetable markets, slaughterhouses, pharmaceutical manufacturers, prisons, pig farms, chicken farms, and other similar establishments.


Composting-Free Technology 4.0

By synchronously combining equipment and formula and re-innovating, the composting-free technology not only saves energy consumption in the treatment process, but also reduces the operating cost of the enzyme-free system. Overall, the batch processing cost of the composting-free technology can be reduced by 30-50%, creating a new opportunity for environmental protection, agriculture, and economic benefits.





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The processing units are designed to convert organic waste into fertilizers or feed supplements within a relatively short time frame of 3 to 8 hours. This efficient conversion process helps to reduce the amount of organic waste that ends up in landfills, while also producing valuable products that can be used in agriculture or animal husbandry.

[1] Input & shattering device

The U-shaped spiral unit of the machine transports the feedstock to a shattering device, which can directly shatter rigid organic waste without any pre-treatment or segregation. The shattering device has high performance and precision, converting hard materials into slurry without the need for additional water. This increases the total active surface area of the organic waste by several hundred folds.

[2] Transporting & decomposing system

The shattered organic waste residues are transported to a decomposing system where Composting-free microbial enzymes and supplementary materials are added to shorten the processing time. The residues are then heated to 100℃ for sterilization. The resulting product can be readily used as organic fertilizer.

[3] Compressing and exhausting system

The compressing and exhausting system is used to evaporate excess water and moisture from the organic waste residues that have a higher water content. This system also helps to shorten the overall drying time of the product. The water that is processed through this system is non-polluting and can be used as potable water, meeting environmental safety standards.

[4] Heating system

The composting-free technology system features a specially designed heating and circulatory system that is highly efficient, safe, and durable. This system utilizes low-cost recycled heating oil, providing several advantages such as power savings, rapid heating, prolonged oil life, zero secondary pollution, and compliance with environmental safety standards.

[5] Programmable control and safety systems

The composting-free technology system is highly automated, with user-friendly software controlling and programming multiple processes. The equipment is designed to be strong, sturdy, and durable, while also meeting high safety standards. Additionally, all accessories and machine parts conform to VDE, GS, UL, and CE standards, and mechanical control interfaces are also available.

[6] Recycled end product

The final product of this process is a high-quality soil conditioner or bioactive organic fertilizer commonly known as « environmental fertilizer. » It is ideal for enhancing soil health and increasing the nutrient absorption capacity of crops. When applied to the soil, it boosts microbial activity and fertilizer efficiency.

Composting-free technology settled issues of cultivation wastes

The human desire for food has led to the growth of food processing and animal husbandry industries, which in turn has resulted in the generation of food sludge and animal manure. Improper treatment of these wastes can cause environmental issues in every country, as well as concerns for NGOs. The pollution caused by animal manure not only harms the environment, but can also spread various diseases.

Conventional methods for treating the large amounts of agricultural waste generated every day, such as biogas power generation, can take several days and require expensive equipment with high processing costs. However, there is now a technology that can address this issue: Composting-free Technology!

Composting-free create new opportunity for organic agriculture

Farmers often apply large amounts of chemical fertilizer to increase crop yields. However, only 20% of the chemical fertilizer is actually absorbed by the plants. This is because the phosphate and potassium in chemical fertilizers react with iron, aluminum, and calcium in the soil, and the resulting product is not easily absorbed by the plants. This can lead to soil salinity, making it difficult to cultivate crops.

Organic fertilizers, on the other hand, are completely absorbed by plants. By using composting-free technology, farmers can recycle organic substances back into the soil, creating a closed ecological cycle. Through composting-free technology, this opportunity can be easily achieved, reducing the reliance on chemical fertilizers.

How Industrial Equipment could help the environment?

Greenhouse gas emissions are a serious cause of global warming and it is our responsibility to address the release of methane, carbon dioxide, and nitrous oxide into the atmosphere. These gases not only contribute to global warming but also waste organic material. By effectively managing and reducing greenhouse gas emissions, we can acquire carbon credits and protect our planet.

According to research conducted by FAO and Lancet, the total greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture account for 18% of global gas emissions, which is significantly greater than the emissions from cars.