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Composting is a natural and sustainable way of dealing with the organic solid waste.

Nutrient Balance

Controlled decomposition, requires a proper balance of “green” organic materials and “brown” organic materials. “Green” organic material includes grass clippings, food scraps, and manure, which contain large amounts of nitrogen. “Brown” organic materials include dry leaves, wood chips, and branches, which contain large amounts of carbon but little nitrogen.

Particle Size

Grinding, chipping, and shredding materials increases the surface area on which microorganisms can feed. Smaller particles also produce a more homogeneous compost mixture and improve pile insulation to help maintain optimum temperatures. If the particles are too small they might prevent air from flowing freely through the pile.

Moisture Content

Microorganisms living in a compost pile need enough moisture to survive. Water is the key element that helps transports substances within the compost pile and makes the nutrients in organic material accessible to the microbes. Organic material contains some moisture in varying amounts, but moisture also might come in the form of rainfall or intentional watering.

Oxygen Flow

Turning the pile, placing the pile on a series of pipes, or including bulking agents such as wood chips and shredded newspaper all help aerate the pile. Aerating the pile allows decomposition to occur at a faster rate than anaerobic conditions. However, too much oxygen can dry out the pile and impede the composting process.


Microorganisms require a certain temperature range for optimal activity. Certain temperatures promote rapid composting and destroy pathogens and weed seeds. Microbial activity can raise the temperature of the pile’s core to at least 70°C. If the temperature does not increase, anaerobic conditions occur which means rotting of the pile. Controlling the previous four factors can bring about the proper temperature.

Ewalts Vermicomposter

The process of composting using red wiggler earthworms or red worms is called Vermicomposting. The composting process remains the same – one needs to add the kitchen or vegetable waste in a bin on a regular basis, the earthworms feed on this waste and transform this waste material into highly fertile manure.

Vermicompost contains water-soluble nutrients and is an excellent, nutrient-rich organic fertilizer and soil conditioner.[3] It is used in farming and small scale sustainable, organic farming.

Vermicomposting can also be applied for the treatment of sewage. A variation of the process is vermifiltration (or vermidigestion) which is used to remove organic matter, pathogens and oxygen demand from wastewater or directly from blackwater of flush toilets

Ewalts Aerobic Tumbler Composter

Aerobic composting is the decomposition of organic matter using microorganisms that require oxygen. The microbes responsible for composting are naturally occurring and live in the moisture surrounding organic matter. Oxygen from the air diffuses into the moisture and is taken up by the microbes.

Aerobic tumbler composter is a continuous process. In the tumbler, the waste follows through three different phases, one by one. The waste pile is periodically moved to allow the diffusion of oxygen. The closed tumbler retains the moisture and temperature necessary for rapid composting.


  • Adds nutrients to the soil. Compost is humus-nutrient-rich soil.
  • Introduces valuable organisms to the soil. Microorganisms, such as bacteria, fungi, and protozoa, decompose organic material.
  • Recycles kitchen and yard waste.
  • Reduces landfill waste.
  • Good for the environment.
  • Helps to Reduce Gross Greenhouse Gas Emissions


 Technical Features:

  •  Fully automated & Eco- Friendly
  • Natural and biological process
  • Noiseless & Odourless
  • 24 hours’ process with 85% – 90% Volume reduction
  • Zero Manpower
  • Low floor space & Zero maintenance cost
  • Composter Reactor : M. S. Coated with FRP Lining
  • Gearbox with Motor
  • Outer Hood : Epoxy coated
  • Electrical Panel

Bio-Mechanical Composter converts organic waste added to the machine into nitrogen-rich compost by reducing its volume by almost 70-80% of the original. Composter is a continuous Composting System with various capacities

The process of composting with COMPOSTER is very simple

  • Deposit organic waste at inlet of the machine along with 10% carbonaceous material and 0.1 % composting culture.
  • Mixing, Curing and Composting done with shredder and external curing system Thorough segregation not required.
  • Compost keeps collecting in a bag at the rear of the machine.
  • Remove the compost bag when it is full and attach another bag.
  • Ambience: Very Pleasant. Food Waste deposited once appears as sweet-smelling Compost at the rear end.
  • Averts Garden Pests 

Ewalt Models of kitchen waste composter

Model No Composting capacity
EW50 Upto 50kg/day
EW100 Upto 100 kg/day
EW200 Upto 200 kg/day
EW350 Upto 350 kg/day
EW500 Upto 500 kg/day
EW800 Upto 800 kg/day
EW1000 Upto 1000 kg/day


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