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In-situ composter

In-situ composter

The Big Hanna Composter is designed for simple, safe, efficient local food waste composting and is available in five different models for processing from 75 to 1,200 kgs per week. These in-vessel units compost meat, fish, dairy products, garden waste and most other organic matter.  

Big Hannah composters are long-lasting, contain odours, provide a complete in situ solution, and are ideal for hotels, hospitals, restaurants, schools, food courts, resorts or residential. With these units, aeration and turning happens automatically, and finished compost is fed into a bag or bin, ready for use. Units are completely customizable, with options including a bin lift and a hopper fed inlet. Average process time is 8 to 10 weeks  

Vertal Inc.  

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691 Avenue Meloche
Dorval, QC
CA, H9P 2S4


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