Organic Waste Management is a joint venture with Back 2 Earth which sells natural fertiliser with organic carbon. OWM has spent the last 11 years developing a method of liquid and solid organic waste recycling with particular focus on odour control. The director of the company first began working with earthworm breeding in 1991 and has developed the idea of utilising there ferocious appetites to industrial and municipal waste.
We are a ISO9001 quality endorsed company (lic. 23327) and we believe in the importance of critical scientific thinking when approaching our operation.
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The importance of science when dealing with organic waste is extremely important and the techniques we use cover.
- Aerobic composting
- Anaerobic composting
- Microbiological inoculums
- Off-site Proposals
- Research & Development
- Testing, testing & more testing
Types of testing we perform; temperature, temperature to depth, moisture, available oxygen, pH, soluble nutrients, organic carbon, heavy metals, persistent organic pollutants, bacteria, fungi, nematodes, protozoa and earthworms.
We are currently in our expansive stage and have not yet reached the equiilibrium we require but we have built up a complete view of the problems that arise and how best trouble-shoot them away. This trouble-shooting is part of the off-site service we can offer combined with our Quality Management system.
Off-site service options
Our ultimate goal here is not to treat all the waste in the woOur ultimate goal here is not to treat all the waste in the world... there is way too much, it is to provide a Quality Management System and expertises through a joint venture (JV) to waste producers or to people that require fertiliser/top soil. We know that to avoid valuable organic material ending up in the ocean and in land fills across the world you must first educate waste producers there is another way and then secondly provide them with the knowledge to do so. This provides a profit incentive to do the right thing with the added bonus of doing your part for the environment. It is in debate now how agriculture will be captured under any climate change legislation but with significant scientific support, carbon farming is a very likely outcome with in the next 10 years
9 options for waste recovery
Depending on the size of your site and the amount of waste available.
- Option 4 - Creation of fertiliser for internal use
- Option 5 - Forestry Projects
- Option 6 - Land reclamation
- Option 7 - Land remediation
- Option 8 - Landfills & municipalities
- Option 9 - Waste transport company