Are you tired of seeing your business’s food waste being dumped in landfills or incinerated, wasting valuable resources and emitting harmful CO2? Join Martin Rohleder’s talk at Waste Management Europe in Bergamo, Italy, on April 18th, and discover the innovative opportunities that lie within non-preventable food waste streams from businesses worldwide.
The Waste Transformers’ on-site modular biodigester, the Waste Transformer, can transform your food waste into biogas and natural liquid fertilizer, generating energy and nutrients that benefit both your business and community. With one kilogram of food waste emitting the same amount of CO2 as 25,000 half-liter bottles of plastic in landfills, it’s time to take action and turn waste into a valuable resource. Whether your company or community produces 300 kg of food waste per day or more, drop by and leave with new insights on creating a new revenue stream from your own non-preventable food waste streams. Join Martin Rohleder at 16.40 PM, and let’s make a sustainable change together!
It’s estimated that globally, one-third of all food produced is wasted, which amounts to 1.3 billion tons per year.
Why should we care about food waste within our business?
Landfilling one kilogram of food waste produces as much CO2 as landfilling 25,000 half-liter plastic bottles. Food waste in landfills generates methane gas, 28 times more potent than CO2 in contributing to global warming. One of the most impactful ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and combat climate change it is crucial to decrease food waste ending up in landfills and incineration plants, but rather reduce it and create renewable energy in an anaerobic digester.
Real positive impact on the environment and waste management costs
Implementing solutions like the Waste Transformer can have a significant impact on the environment and the economy. By reducing food waste and turning it into renewable energy, we can reduce greenhouse gas emissions, reduce our reliance on non-renewable energy sources, and create a more circular economy within organisations, such as hotels and resorts, large sport event facilities such as stadiums and in communities. Additionally, the organic fertilizer produced in a Waste Transformer can be used to enrich soil and promote sustainable agriculture practices replacing fossil generated chemical fertilizers.
Together, we can make a difference and create a world where zero food waste is the norm.
Find the expo agenda here: https://wme-expo.com/conference-agenda/
Curious how our installation works? Watch our short movie here.