Principle and Theory
The composting has become a well-established process for adding value to a large and growing number of organic by-products. The need of the day is the development of innovative engineered treatment processes to stabilize waste, reduce odor and manage nutrients while saving time and space.
The composting free technology successfully fulfills all the above-mentioned criteria and produces quality by-products within 3 to 24 hrs, while saving costly labor, reducing wastewater and odor generation.
There are different types and quantities of organic wastes which need to be treated.
The composting-free technology will adjust its processes and devices based on the type and quantity of organic waste. Yes-Sun’s patented rapid, stable, and non-hazardous “Composting-free Technology” is an innovation based on biophysical principles with an integration of microbial, biochemical, organic and soil technology, ultimately leading to the production of a superior quality soil conditioner and organic fertilizer.
The novel composting-free technology is designed and developed based on the same metabolic principles of food in the human digestive system.
The compost-free technology subverts traditional methods, while retaining the ancient knowledge of natural composting-free system. Due to the rapid development in several treatment technologies, the existent values in traditional knowledge are ignored by our society. However, the compost-free technology follows the principle of digestive system based on the traditional knowledge. It is easy to understand this composting free process using a model of digestive and excretory system of human body.
Yes-Sun Environmental Biotech Co. mimics the structure and functions of human body and integrates the mechanical and biological activities using this novel patented device. The structure of human digestive system is transformed into a series of units in this decomposition system, which is given in the following figure.
Corresponding parts of composting-free system to human body
Traditional composting decomposes organic materials in compost into nutrients required for crop growth by alternating operation and co-operation of microbial groups。When the traditional composting is made, the decomposition of organic matter by microbial groups can be divided into three stages：Pre-fermentation Stage、Main Fermentation Stage 、Post-Fermentation Stage (Mature Stage) 。