Convert your waste into a valuable resource. By partnering with us, we can help reuse your waste and create nutrient-rich compost that will help grow crops on American farms.
Don't Have To Be Hard
Through partnering with us, we can guide you through the many decisions and logistics challenges in achieving your viable goals. With years of experience in the waste management industry, you can rely on our expertise to seamlessly implement solutions tailored to your specific needs.
More Than Just A Green Solution
Once we collect your waste, we turn it into nutrient-rich compost, which we then use to fertilize our fields. By partnering with us, you not only reduce the amount sent each year to the landfill but also give back to the environment.
Your Waste Creates
A Greener World
The nutrient-rich compost that is created from your diverted waste fertilizes fields all across the midwest. This compost allows farmers to use less man-made nitrogen and ammonia which in turn creates a greener world.
We can recycle
grease, oils, and fats
Grease, oils, and fats need to be properly disposed of to avoid clogged plumbing or sewer blockages, groundwater contamination, or other environmental issues. The good news is that not only are they recyclable, the high energy density makes them perfect for composting. Let us help you compile these liquids and turn it into compost used to fertilize farmers’ crops! We can compost and recycle:
- Used cooking oils
- Vegetable oils
- Palm oils
- Animal fats
- Fish oil
- And anything else you’ve got!
We can divert your
Food Processing Waste
Let us organize the waste from your production. We can help identify areas where you can separate waste and work with you to set up processes for recycling any organic waste, including:
- Filter cakes
- Scrap material
- Off-spec ingredients
- And anything else!
...and anything else
you can think of
We can partner with you to explore all the opportunities to distribute waste and hit your sustainability goals. We’ll help find a solution to capture all the recyclable or compostable materials in your operation. Examples include:
- Wood waste
- Fabric made from organic materials (cotton or burlap)
- Pet food
- Pharmaceutical and cosmetic ingredients and products
- Liquid waste, including wastewater
- Fines and Dust
- Green waste