Environmentally sustainable organic waste treatment is a critical component in protecting our planet’s future and contributing to the Circular Economy. Organic waste refers to waste that is made up of biodegradable materials such as food scraps, food byproducts, and other natural materials. When organic waste is sent to landfills, it decomposes, releasing methane, a potent greenhouse gas that contributes to climate change. However, if organic waste is managed sustainably, it can be transformed into a valuable resource that can benefit the environment and local communities.
At KeyGreen, we recognize the importance of organic waste management and strive to provide sustainable solutions for our customers. We collect organic waste from our customers, which is then processed using anaerobic digestion (AD). AD is a natural process used to recycle organic waste, producing renewable energy, biomethane for fuel, and 100% organic peat-free compost. This compost is a nutrient-rich soil amendment that can be used to improve soil health and promote sustainable agriculture.