Organic Waste Shredding
Organic waste refers to the decomposable organic matter in daily waste. There are two major sources of organic waste, garden waste and kitchen waste, including food residues, vegetable roots, vegetable leaves, animal hooves, horns, melon peels, fruit scraps, egg shells, fish scales, egg shells, hair, plant branches, leaves, Weeds, animal carcasses, livestock manure.
Organic waste has the characteristics of perishable, low calorific value, and rich organic matter content. It is difficult to dispose of conventional landfill and incineration. The comprehensive utilization methods include organic fertilizer and fuel oil.
ORGANIC WASTE Shredder
Aiming at the characteristics of organic waste, Siedon has developed a mechanical sorting pretreatment process specifically for the treatment of kitchen waste (organic garbage), that is, "receiving hopper + broken bag shredder + screening machine + pulping dehydration + biological fermentation + leachate treatment" system . The organic waste shredder of this system effectively reduces the particle size of the material and reduces the load on the back-end processing equipment. The waste dehydrator can efficiently separate organic matter in kitchen waste for anaerobic fermentation.
The anaerobic pretreatment process of food waste is the core process of food waste treatment. A stable and efficient pretreatment process is to improve the efficiency of the anaerobic fermentation system and is an important prerequisite for ensuring the stable operation of the anaerobic fermentation system.