Sustainable organic waste management at the source

The Green Re-Generation is a generation looking to the future. A generation that loves all those innovations and technologies that make our daily activities easier, but at the same time wants assurance that the resources of today will be present tomorrow. It’s a generation that does not wait, but instead plays the main role in the new green economy, creating and inventing new and more modern sustainable solutions to preserve our nature and our ecosystem.

The question is

Can our waste be regenerated to become a resource?
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Our research and development team focused on this question. This is the starting point for in-depth studies and tests that led to the birth of Ecodyger.

Your organic waste is an important RESOURCE for you and the environment:

The problem of organic waste management afflicts all those structures and services that on a daily bases prepare, produce, supply and deliver food.

Disadvantages of the organic waste treatment:

  • Organic waste collection areas full of germs and bacterias reproduction
  • Organic waste attract animals and insects
  • Waste collection and treatment produces lot of CO2
  • Organic waste produces bad smell
  • High cost logistics management
  • The waste generates methane fermentation, which is much more harmful than CO2
  • Waste produces leachate, which pollute the soil

The new European Directives impose the progressive and total closure of all open-pit landfills, which have always been the place of organic waste disposal. Furthermore, the new European Directive 2008/98/EU introduces, for the very first time, the concept of Waste Management with the purpose to provide sustainable solutions with the progressive reduction of the impact on the environment and the related CO2, in order to reach, by the year 2020 the total auto-disposal of organic waste directly at the source, under the “Zero Waste” philosophy. This will progressively require that every structure is to be properly equipped in order to fulfil this obligation!

ECODYGER: organic waste sustainable management at the SOURCE

Ecodyger is an innovative and sustainable system that, thorough a dehydration process, reduces the organic waste volume by up to 90% in a few hours. The machine and its technology, patented worldwide, regenerate the waste produced by any structure which prepares, handles and consumes food.


Encumbrance with the traditional waste management

With Ecodyger up to 90% reduction of the encumbrance

The residues released at the end of the Ecodyger cycle are two: one liquid and one solid. These have been tested by laboratories accredited worldwide. On the basis of the results obtained, the residues have been identified for their properties as resources:


The liquid residue, without any bacterial load, can be used:

  • As irrigation water containing organic and nutritive substances. It can be used to water green areas, gardens and plants.
  • As washing water to be used in industrial processes.
  • It can also be disposed through the public sewage system.

The solid residue, with exhausted bacterial load, without any smell, is more chemically stable than the original organic waste.

It can be easily stored without the necessity for dedicated large spaces and specific equipment.

It can be used as:

100 % organic-mineral fertilizer, perfect for agriculture and flora-garden nurseries *


Soil improver, able to correct the hydro geologic and transpiring features of clayish and sandy grounds.


An optimal base for the production of quality compost in a short time.


Accelerator of the compost maturation process for both home and large systems.


A potential process catalyst for biomass systems, with anaerobic digestion technology, for biogas production.


In addition, the solid residue, avoiding any operation of collection, selection and use of specific plants (Zero Waste) is a SRF, “Solid Recovered Fuel” – formerly known as RDF “Refuse Derived Fuel”. Thanks to its calorific value, SRF can be used to produce energy in authorized plants such as incinerators, cement plants, power plants or other energy-consumptive premises.

Advantages for the user, institutions and the environment
(*) Where permitted by regulatory provisions in force.