Our flagship product is The Septic Biodigester. But What is a biodigester? What are its benefits?

Businesses gain numerous benefits by implementing sustainable practices. Sustainability in the real estate industry can be practiced in various ways. One way to be more sustainable is by utilizing a Biodigester. They are an excellent addition for investors looking to be more environmentally friendly. Biodigesters are an effective way to reduce the carbon footprint of a project, easily manage food and human waste thereby saving money. A Biodigester simply means a specially designed and constructed underground chamber that digests organic material biologically through the aid of enzymes.

It’s a system that biologically digests organic material, either anaerobic (without oxygen) or aerobically (with oxygen). Microbes and other bacteria break down organic materials in a biodigester. Most food and human waste, including fat, greases, and even animal manure, could be processed in a biodigester and the byproduct is solid/liquid organic fertilizer and water that can be purified to be recycled for flashing toilets or simply watering flowers and grass lawns within  your property.


Biodigesters are a closed system; therefore, it gives off no odor thus eliminates flies and rodents from the facility, increasing hygiene. Also, eliminating food waste and human waste on-site saves money by reducing hauling costs such as hiring an exhauster machine. The capacity of biomass a biodigester can process depends on the size; the larger the digester the more food and human waste it can handle. Biodigesters are a living system and do require maintenance. However, they are easy to use and maintain.


Of course, one of the great benefits of BioDigesters is they are eco-friendly and will reduce a facility’s carbon footprint significantly. Food scraps, human waste and other organic materials decaying in landfills release methane and carbon dioxide contributing to climate change. Food waste is estimated to be 30-40 percent in the world and represents the largest category of materials in landfills. Diverting food scraps and other organic materials from landfills, methane, and carbon dioxide can be captured and used efficiently.


The process of constructing a Septic Biodigester starts with excavation. For that to start, the technical director must visit the site for inspection thereby establishing the most efficient design for the waste water management system taking into account the terrain, efficiency and optimizing the investors available space. The excavation team is the deployed. This takes a few hours to achieve desired objectives.



The second phase is casting the digester that comes ready from the factory. Our technology ensures efficiency in the breakdown of waste in the digester, releasing water. The EPS Panel used to make the digester walling system consists of tensile steel thus ensuring strength and durability. It also maintains a conducive environment within the digester to ensure that the enzymes introduced reproduce in large numbers and eat away all the waste within the property.


This involves setting the soak pit and returning the dg out soil. We then cover the digester with a slab that is strong enough to withhold any weight. 


The final step involves doing the finishing to mark the biodigester positioning and re-planting grass. The objective here is to ensure that the biodigester is clearly marked so that future developments may not interfere with its efficiency.

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