Our units decompose and homogenise food organic waste in an aerobic environment using controlled temperatures, agitation, airflow and organic starter material.
All you have to do is add food and organic waste throughout the day, including fruit, vegetables, grains, dairy, meat, fish, poultry, eggshells, crustacean shells and liquid.
The unit features a sophisticated ventilation and deodorisation system that promotes decomposition without any unpleasant smells.
Within 24 hours, the original material will be reduced by up to 90 per cent – transformed into a concentrated compost you can use in many different ways, including:
Before recommending a Closed Loop Organics unit, we perform a full audit of your business’s kitchen and waste streams, as well as suggesting a location for installation of the unit.
As your sustainability partner, Closed Loop will also implement a communication plan to help your staff and contractors understand and engage with the program.
Closed Loop Organics units are available in sizes to process between 20kg to a tonne of food waste a day.
If you are looking for a composting solution for your domestic food waste, take a look at our CLO’ey compost unit here.
If you have a city restaurant or café you can also join the City Harvest program to participate in a full Closed Loop program and bring your food waste back as valuable new produce.
* The use of the term ‘compost’ to describe the process and output of Closed Loop organic units is used in accordance with the Oxford Dictionary definition of compost as "decayed organic material used as a fertiliser for growing plants". The NSW EPA applies a more specific definition of compost - "a process of managed biological transformation: (a) to achieve pasteurisation; and (b) for a period of not less than a total of 6 weeks of composting and curing at an adequate moisture level (>40% by weight), and/or until an equivalent level of biological stability can be demonstrated." The Closed Loop organics units process food waste in 24 hours so do not meet the definition of compost in NSW.