Treatment of greenwaste
In the Netherlands and Belgium, Indaver processes organic residual streams such as green and VGF (Vegetables, Garden and Fruit) waste into high-quality compost, among other things. With compost of good quality, we return natural nutrients to the soil, and close this loop.
We sort the green waste to assign it to the right purpose: composting or biomass. We make the material we can compost smaller, then store it in rows. We turn the material regularly to add oxygen and activate bacteria. After about 6 weeks, the raw compost is ready. We clean it of bits of plastic and stones. Then we sift it into fine compost and coarse compost.