These are the types of biowaste that can be converted into compost:
- Food waste
- Meat and fish
- Wood mulch
- Green waste
The range takes its name from Demeter, the Greek goddess of fertility, agriculture, and harvests.
By composting your biodegradable waste, you are taking a step toward achieving food autonomy. Restaurants that compost 100% of their biowaste produce enough compost to grow 100% of the vegetables they need! Do not settle for being environmentally neutral. Instead, opt for an even greener future!
Shredders optimize the composters’ work—they crush bones, compostable packaging, and are cleaned with wood. They are essential for neighborhood composters, mass distribution, industrial uses, optional for restaurants.