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CaterWaste launches BioBear food waste processors and wins Award
CaterWaste, manufacturing and supply specialist of wet and dry food waste recycling equipment, has launched its 'BioBear' range, claimed to be the most technologically advanced recycling equipment within the catering industry. The launch took place at the Food Hospitality Ireland Show in Citywest where the BioBear was named 'Overall Product of the Show.'
The new 'BioBear' range of dry 'Waste Food BioMass Machines' can transform food waste into sterilised Biomass material within two hours instead of the more normal four-week period required for composting.
"We're delighted to launch our new product range and get the recognition by winning the 'Overall Product of the Show' award," says Michael Dorman, Operations Manager at CaterWaste. "The BioBear range can process waste within small deli counters right up to larger hotels, schools and hospitals and is the ideal solution for restaurants wishing to meet the new Food Waste Regulations.
"With the introduction of new Food Waste Regulations, eateries are obliged to segregate their food waste, and make it available for separate collection. The use of wet waste disposal units discharging direct to the drainage system is prohibited and this latest technology will allow catering premises to reduce their waste food by up to 90% without producing any trade effluent."
The process, which was developed over five years, involves electrical dehydration technology to granulate all types of waste food materials, whilst humidity sensing technology removes up to 90% saturated moisture from the unit in the form of steam.
The rapid stabilisation of the food waste by smart technology dehydration means that the treated BioMass can be easily stored and handled because it is significantly reduced in volume and weight. This will massively reduce the costs of containment, collection and transport.
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2nd October 2014