Electrical Process:

  • The wet waste is placed in an chamber.

  • The chamber is fitted with a slow moving rotator.

  • The rotator keeps churning the waste.

  • On side panels the electrical coils are fitted and they warm the waste.

  • By warming the waste the decomposition becomes fast and waste losses its moisture.

  • Once the moisture is reduced a great extent (up to 70%) the waste then goes to curing pit for final composting.


  • Quick reduction of volume.

  • Compact design saves space.


  • An initials investment is high.

  • Unless proper curing of moist free waste is not done, it will not cover to compost.

  • Electricity as an added cost.