WELCOME to BiobiN®

WHAT IS BiobiN®?

BiobiN® is a clean and simple solution to managing organic and food waste that would otherwise end up in landfill.

BiobiN® – Waste Management System is a unique and innovative design which will safely remove hazardous and odorous elements from organic waste material, whilst recycling the waste into a safe, environmentally friendly and rich organic compost

 

ON-SITE PROCESSING

BiobiN® is an on-site containment and processing patented system for food and organic waste in an easily accessible vessel

SOIL AMENDMENT PRODUCTS

The patented BiobiN® aeration system initiates the composting process of organic material reducing odours, bacteria and other pathogens

EFFICIENT AND EFFECTIVE

BiobiN® is the most efficient and effective method for managing food and organic waste

Why use BiobiN®

DIVERTING FOOD AND ORGANIC WASTE FROM LANDFILLS

CAPTURES ODOURS & REDUCES WASTE VOLUME

SAFE FROM INSECTS, RODENTS & OTHER SCAVENGERS

INITIATES COMPOSTING PROCESS

SAVES MONEY

HELPS SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT

Results from using the BiobiN®

The BiobiN® is a capture, containment and an in-vessel composting system.

The food and organic waste is placed into the BiobiN®, mixed with carbon and air is forced through the waste and carbon and the composting process commences.

In addition the air circulates through a Bio-filter which also speeds up the composting process.

The longer the food waste stays inside the BiobiN® the more it is broken down into compost.

Composters prefer the pre-composted food and organic waste as it not only speeds up the composting in their windrows, but because it has already partially composted there is no raw food waste lying around which could attract pests and rodents and will deter humans from trying to salvage some food out of the food waste.

Before

After

1 ton of food in a BiobiN® is 1 cars' yearly impact removed from the environment

HOW BiobiN® WORKS

INDUCE AIR

The BiobiN® uses forcefully inducted air to start the composting process of food and organic waste

ADD CARBON

The food and organic waste is thoroughly mixed with carbon (woodchips and/or sawdust) and by using the patented bio filter process,  which starts the composting process

REMOVE MOISTURE

The condenser removes excess moisture from the system and the bio filter removes the odours

NATURAL AND EFFECTIVE

No chemicals are needed, nor any sort of microbes, that would have been necessary with other in-vessel composting systems, making it the easiest and most cost effective on-site wet waste management system

INDUSTRIES THAT ARE USING BiobiN®

BiobiN® can be used in a variety of outlets, including; chicken farms, food manufacturers, restaurants, shopping centers, supermarkets, to name a few. Wherever food and organic waste is generated, BiobiN® is the way to go.

Corporate Canteens

Chicken Producers

Restaurants and Hospitality

Retailers and Shopping Centres

SAFETY, HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT (SHE) IMPACTS

Safety

As BiobiN® has no moving parts, the safety of operators is not compromised

CSI OPPORTUNITY

Composting offers CSI opportunities

Sealed Unit

Sealed vessel ensures no contamination of surrounding areas and reduction in bacteria, smells and rodents

Health and Safety Compliance

Occupational Health & Safety issues are addressed for the handling of chickens and meat in putrefaction

Environmental impact

Environmental impact is driven by diversion away from landfill sites

KILLS BACTERIAL PATHOGENS

Kills Salmonella, e-Coli, Bird flu, Newcastle Disease, Listeria

BiobiN® ECO-WARRIORS

Driven by a passion for sustainable business and the environment. Our team is leading the way in managing organic waste.

CLIENTS USING BiobiN®

A selection of satisfied clients already using our BiobiNs® to save the environment

 

LATEST NEWS

BiobiN™ Impacts

BiobiN launches 1 cubic metre mobile composting bin

In response to the growing industry need to divert food and organic waste from landfill, BiobiN South Africa has just launched its new mini BiobiN – a 1m3 mobile unit that can process up to 800 kilograms of organic waste. The new 1m3 mini mobile BiobiN has been designed to cater for the smaller commercial organic waste generators, and for businesses that are limited with space. The unit can be wheeled around making it an extremely versatile option. So all the client needs to do , is wheel it into place and plug it in.

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Environmental News

Proposed Draft Food Losses and Waste Strategy to bring changes to organic waste management in 2024.

South Africa is known to have some of the best waste management regulations and policies in the world, however progress towards a fully integrated circular economy is slow. This is especially evident within the food and organic waste stream with a total of 12.6 million tonnes of food loss and waste generated on an annual basis. The Department of Forestry, Fisheries and Environment’s (DFFE) response has introduced the Draft Strategy for Reducing Food Losses and Waste which was made available for comment in September 2023.

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BiobiN™ Impacts

Food waste increases by 25% over festive season

While many of us start to put of daily stresses aside, the waste management sector experiences a significant increase in food and organic waste during the festive season. This places an increase amount of pressure on the waste sector, including the waste collection services, landfill sites and the natural environment. According to waste statistics, South Africa produces 25% more food and organic waste during the festive season, compared to other months.

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Environmental News

A new waste management priority: keeping baboons out of your organic waste

While our focus for the waste management sector has largely been placed on diverting waste streams from landfill to create a circular economy, a priority of equal importance is keeping waste contained so that it does not pollute the surrounding areas. The new challenge of baboons in many parts of the Western Cape is forcing many companies that produce high volumes of food and organic waste, to implement new ways to prevent their bins being raided and emptied to pollute the environment.

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BiobiN™ Impacts

A rise in community food gardens sparks an increasing in demand for compost

Community gardens are fast becoming the preferred land-use for many public open spaces. South Africa has seen a significant increase in the number of community food gardens in many major metros as well as rural townships, and schools. While this sustainable land use model brings many benefits to the surrounding communities and environment, organisations that manage these public community gardens are often faced with the challenge of resource shortages, especially a reliable and cost-effective supply of compost.

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BiobiN™ Impacts

Avian flu outbreak signals the need for more bio-secure waste management.

At the beginning of May, the Western Cape Veterinary Services announced the detection of Avian influenza at two commercial farms within the Western Cape. Since the announcement, approximately 550 000 chickens have been culled and many more eggs destroyed to prevent the further spread of the virus. This leaves the poultry sector with thousands of kilograms of high-risk – hazardous organic waste that needs to be carefully disposed of and treated. BiobiN South Africa discusses the importance of bio-secure waste management within the poultry sector to safeguard livestock, food production and to prevent further contamination.

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