BIO CONVERTERS & BIOMASS ENERGY
At Geyser Water Treatment, we manufacture waste to energy equipment - we are the home of bio converters with around 10 years experience in designing and constructing organic waste treatment systems. These converters are designed for use with specific waste streams, such as food waste, animal and equestrian waste, non-treated sewerage, through to narcotics and explosives. If it is organic then we can process it and make it into a fuel within 24-48 hours.
WASTE STREAMS INCLUDE (BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO):
ANIMAL AND FARM WASTE
MORE ABOUT OUR BIO CONVERTERS:
Bio Converters (also known as digesters) can be of use for a plethora of waste streams, as such they are a valuable investment for any establishment looking to reduce waste and convert it into energy where possible - for example, restaurants, hotels, pub chains, catering organisations and schools to name a few.
How does it work?
These converters use a bacterial action not a rotting process - put simply, a blend of microbes break down organic waste leaving you with a substantially reduced amount of waste which can either be disposed of, or the digestate produced can be used as a highly efficient fuel.
Our converters are designed to be virtually automatic which means that what you load is important. We use remote diagnostics to allow us to log into the system, periodically check on the converter's performance and make remote changes. There is no need for a team of maintenance and safety personnel.
Does it digest everything? No.
There is always some waste which is non-aerobic. This can be automatically bagged for disposal or changed into a fuel as touched upon above.
Efficient and effective processing of waste to energy in around 24 hours;
No smells or vermin;
The machines are small and therefore do not consume too much space;
Digestate produced has a high calorific value and is therefore a highly efficient fuel;
Our systems do not produce gas, the by-products are heat and water with a small amount of carbon dioxide;
Any carbon dioxide released by the converter is captured and pumped down the drain.