Items that come from nature and decompose are wet garbage. Example – kitchen waste, garden waste.

A machine used for the treatment and recycling of organic waste or wet garbage. A composter is a self-contained system capable of performing micro-organism-based composting in controlled conditions. 
Organic waste converter results in a small carbon footprint, thus avoiding polluting emissions into the atmosphere and resulting in a usable end product – Organic Fertilizer.
The rule of thumb is: anything a human can consume, raw or cooked, can be placed into the machine. polluting emissions into the atmosphere and resulting in a usable end product – Organic Fertilizer.
Yes – there is a hyalinization function on the machine that heats the unit to a minimum of 70°C (160°F) for 60 minutes to kill 97.3-99.9% of harmful pathogens and bacteria such as escherichia coli (e. coli) and salmonella. Once the hyalinization process is complete, the compost is safe to use as fertilizer.
Anything that is not organic – for example, plastic, glass, metal products. Putting these items into the machine can lead to machine damage and malfunction.
Small-sized bones, like chicken and fish bones can be put into the machine. Large swine bones, lamb shank bones, or cow bones are not recommended.
Only soft seafood shells can be put into the machine like shrimp or prawn shells. Do not put lobster, crab, mussels or clam shells into the machine as it will not break down due to its high calcium level and can potentially cause damage to the machine.
The machines can handle a small amount of yard trimmings like grass and leaves. It is not recommended to add plant roots as they can wrap around the machine’s axis and blades.
Yes, we recommend replenishing the microbes on an annual basis to optimize the strength of the microbes.
We recommend adding food waste into the machine once a day for ease of operation and allowing a full 24 hours before adding more food waste in.

Biological processes in the machine are not affected by small quantities of non-biodegradable material. However, these materials occupy valuable space in the machine and should be avoided. These materials may be removed from the machine through observation windows, wherever provided. Otherwise, they come out along with the compost from the outlet of the machine.

TMK Composter is designed to handle 20% excess material. However, if more organic waste is loaded, output compost will not be fully cured. Also, there are chances of foul smell.

The output can be used immediately. However, a further curing period ranging from 2 to 4 weeks is recommended.

You should go for organic waste composting machine instead of traditional composting techniques. This is the best option for organic composting of bio-degradable waste on your premises. The basic working principle of this machine is that it is an aerobic decomposing process (no odour, no pathogenic activity) occurring in a chamber. The output that we get is nothing but manure, which can be used as fertilizer for gardening.

Aerobic decomposting process is the best solution for oxidised organic waste. These aerobic microorganisms use the oxygen present and lose hydrogen. All oxidising reactions are exothermic, so we can use thermophilic bacteria (eg. Bacillus species) in a closed vessel with blower. This will mature organic waste to oxidise.

It depends on the model you wish to purchase. For eg. TMK-500 has 500kg per day organic waste processing capacity.

No gases as there is aerobic digestion taking place i.e. continuous air intake and air outlet.

Items to be placed in: Food Waste, Fish, Fish Bones, Meat, Meat Bones, Poultry, Poultry Bones, Vegetables, Fruits, Fruits & Vegetable Peels, Pasta, Rice, Bread & Pastry, Egg-Shells, Manure, Faeces & Yard Waste Cattle, Horse, Dog, Yard Trimmings.
Items to be avoided: Plastics, Metal Objects, Construction Waste, Textiles, Wood/Wooden Objects, Coconut-Shells.

Yes. The organic fertilizer can be used directly in gardens or plants. Since it is concentrated it needs to be mixed with soil in the proportion of 10:1 (soil: compost) and then added to the plants.

Yes, the machine has to be connected to the source for 24 hours. However, it consumes power only 8 to 11 hours depending on the humidity content of the waste. However, the air supply blower and the electronic circuit would operate for 24 hours.

Approximately 10% to 15% of the organic waste input is converted to compost.

The odor is controlled under the Deodorization System, which comes as a part of the machine.

No. As it is fully automatic, the garbage collector can just open the lid and dump the segregated waste into it.

12 months warranty is provided on manufacturing defects only.

  • It can be used for the gardens in the premises as a soil nutrient.
  • It can be sold to fertilizer companies or on e-commerce websites like Amazon where it can fetch USD20/KG or more.
  • It can be donated to the nearby nurseries or to the farmers and you can be a contributor to the development of the nation.
  • A local government body might collect the compost depending upon where you are.

On average, compost will need to be offloaded from the machine once a week, when the machine is used at full capacity.

No. TMK’s proprietary microbes used in the compost machine are only active in high temperatures of 55° Celsius or higher, and require oxygen to survive, so they do not pose any threat to humans.

No. TMK’s composters mimic the natural composting system, sped up through the use of our proprietary bacteria culture. It does not have grey water discharge, nor any harmful gasses.

Food waste dehydrators often require sewer hook-up. TMK’s composters do not require hooking up to a sewer line, as the steam generated from the composting process is extracted and absorbed by our deodorizers.

The output from dehydrators have the same characteristics of dried up food waste, and is not recommended to be used as soil amendment. The compost from TMK’s machines are a nutrient rich material that can be used in gardens.

Food waste digesters require water supply and access to drain or waste water hook up. The output of digesters is grey water effluent that needs further processing at wastewater treatment plants, and often have high biological oxygen demand (BOD), and fats, oil and grease (FOG) content. TMK’s composters do not require water hook up, and produces a nutrient-rich material that can be used in gardens.


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