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Modern organic waste management system proposed by Eco Future Poland is part of the European and global trend, towards efficient, effective and environmentally friendly food waste.
This system is also part of evolving technology "waste to energy" (WTE), based on the generation of electricity or heat from the incineration of organic waste in an environmentally sound manner.

The solutions that we propose apply food companies, caterers, hotels, hospitals, restaurants, food stores in Switzerland, France, Italy, Great Britain, South Korea, the United States.
In the world already know that it pays

220 million tons of waste is generated in Europe every year. More than 60% of this is organic waste. Despite all the promotion to raise awareness of separated waste collection, more than 34% of municipal waste still ends up in landfill sites (European average). But in countries such as Belgium, Germany, Austria, Sweden, Norway and Denmark as much as 90% of waste is recycled or sent to incinerators, only a few percent of landfills. In the long run it is more cost-effective.

Disposing of organic waste in landfill sites is extremely hazardous. It produces leachate and pollutant gases (methane) which can cause damage to the environment and human health. The land hosting landfill sites is unusable for many years. In general, the value of land surrounding landfill sites drops significantly.
Traditional management of waste on the environment include:
Increase in CO2 emissions;
Waste of natural resources
Maintenance / saturation of landfills
Impaired quality of land that landfills stand on
Risk of contaminating soil and groundwater
Increased use of chemical fertilizers rather than natural ones
Dla przedsiębiorstw i instytucji lokalnych, tradycyjne zarządzanie odpadami organicznymi niesie za sobą wysokie koszty:
For local institutions, managing organic waste brings high costs for:
Distributing rubbish bins and special bags for wet waste.
Coordinating weekly collection, more frequently in summer months. • Transporting waste.
Administration.
The European Union has issued very stringent directives to reduce the reliance on landfill sites. Member state governments are introducing measures to encourage alternative solutions, which also includes financial incentives.

Across Europe not only large, but also smaller companies see cost-effectiveness of the use of modern waste management system. The food waste system is not just an ecologically sustainable system, it is also economic! In Europe a medium size commercial activity (a restaurant for example) pay an average of 600 euros per month for the organic waste collection. In less then 2 years the purchase of the equipment has been paid back.
Eco Future meets global trends, offering the organic waste of thermal dry odourless and free of bacteria product. Fully safe and environmentally friendly, which can be found many applications in many industries.
See how work equipment for recycling
France
Great Britain
South Korea
South Korea
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