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AusIMM collaborating with Green Eco Technologies to showcase waste-reduction opportunities

AusIMM is collaborating with Green Eco Technologies (GET) to help showcase their safe, efficient and environmentally beneficial on-site solutions for the conversion and re-purposing of putrescible organic waste into reusable resources.

GET’s innovative approach delivers savings and process improvement to all facets of organic waste management.

Food waste generated by mining communities presents significant disposal challenges, with transportation to landfill sites and the disposal itself being both costly and damaging to the environment.

Green Eco Technologies has developed the innovative WasteMaster system that efficiently converts food waste, without water or additives, reducing it by up to 80 per cent of pathogen-free residue, which can be used for purposes such as green energy and soil enrichment.

The WasteMaster Technology is currently installed in many commercial kitchens and used to process both food prep and table waste in hotels, hospitals, cafeterias, universities etc and is ideal for mine site canteens.

AusIMM will collaborate with GET over the coming months to showcase the benefits of their technology through articles and other content, showing the potential applications of this technology for the resources sector.

More information on Green Eco Technologies can be found at www.greenecotec.com.

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