Whistler Composting Facility Case Study
This video is of Whistler Composting facility located in Canada explaining their process of turning food and wood waste from the community and bio-solids from the sewage treatment plant into profitable, nutrient-rich Class A compost or bio-fuel.
They are using a Rawlings 460 HZX to grind the wood waste to the desired size.
Utilizing a Rawlings 460 Electric Stationary Wood Grinder and the state of the art in-vessel composting tunnels, assist the community towards its goal of zero waste. Rawlings assisted with the design of the wood waste processing system to grind the incoming wood waste.
This system is complete with a belt in-feed and out-feed conveyor, metal detector, work platform, Rawlings Horizontal grinder, overhead self-cleaning magnet and electrical control panel to operate the system.The in-vessel system processes complex feed stock, while addressing concerns of odor generation and leachate. The system relies on fully enclosed flow through tunnels to transform organic wastes into a fine soil-like material over a 14-day period. By controlling oxygen, moisture and temperature, the in-vessel system provides control over the decomposition of organic matter that exceeds all standards set for composting facilities in North America, the United Kingdom and Europe. Compact, fully enclosed and modular in design, the system is not affected by the weather.
Rawlings Wood Hogs offer a complete line up of wood waste processing equipment for helping mills in the sawmill and plywood industries convert their wood residuals into valuable wood fiber products. We offer vertical, horizontal and rear maintenance grinders in a full range of sizes, stationary, portable, diesel or electric powered. With a wide variety of available options, and you’ve got the flexibility to customize the perfect wood recovery system.