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The Aerobic FOR Solutions Difference
A FOR Solutions aerobic in-vessel rotary drum digestion system is the sustainable answer to the food scraps management issue facing many institutions. It provides the alternative to landfilling and incineration that removes the valuable nutrients found in discarded food from natural cycles. By composting the food scraps, FOR Solutions helps institutions save tremendous amounts of money in hauling and tipping fees and return those vital nutrients back to the soil.
In one form or another, generations have been composting, all with varying degrees of successes, failures, and challenges. The aerobic in-vessel rotary drum digestion system takes nature’s process and provides an optimal environment and conditions to help accelerate the process. It does so with no additional heating or inoculants required.
A Cost-Effective, Sustainable Solution
Helping industries deal with the food scraps recovery problem.
“I have worked in the composting industry for close to 20 years. I have long believed that in order to truly be sustainable, on-site processing is necessary. The FOR Solutions design has all the bells and whistles a system should have and best of all it works, and it works well. I strongly recommend this system when considering on-site management of food scraps.”
– Mike Manna
Founder and Managing Director,
Organics Recycling Solutions
“I have been using Dr. Nick’s compost in all aspects of grounds keeping at Liberty Hall Museum. We have noticed heartier blooms on our roses as well as our perennials and annuals. Lawn areas where we have incorporated Dr. Nick’s compost exhibit a noticeably darker green color even through drought type conditions. The compost’s moisture retention ability has also significantly reduced our watering requirements.”
– Jeff Eckert
Supervisor of Building and Grounds, Liberty Hall Museum
FOR Solutions’ patented aerobic in-vessel rotary drum digestion system:
Is the sustainable and environmentally friendly solution to the growing food scraps management problem industries across the country are facing
Restores soil fertility, reduces greenhouse gas emissions, saves money, and creates new revenue by generating high-quality, nutrient-dense compost
Won’t attract any pests or rodents or emit odors typically associated with other composting methods