How much organic waste you produce per day? Dispose of your organic waste with the most sustainable way:
- Preserve the environment and let your garden or plantation blossom with bio-fertilizer.
- Reduce your carbon footprint producing your gas for cooking by organic waste.
- The most hygienic and pest free way to dispose of your organic waste.
- Easy to install, no construction work needed.
- Easy to use and feed with low maintenance.
- Go Green with the solar-powered stirring system.
- Efficient with long life-cycle.
- Mobile and modular
The feedstock types can be kitchen waste including:
- Food leftovers such as fats, meat, oil, cream, coffee
- Vegetables and fruits
- Shred garden waste except for wood
- Cow and other animal manure.
Biobox with manual or automatic digester stirring system
- Biobox 1 cubic
- High-quality 2 cubics biogas bag
- Automatic Biobox includes the power unit: Motor, power supply and timer
- Installation and training
- Delivery time 6-8 weeks
- Extra Biogas bags
- Biogas Bag Box
- The waste mixing bucket 10 litres
- Bio-fertilizer container/jerry can 10 litres
- Kitchen waste shredder
- Garden waste shredder
- Biogas Butterfly Single Stove
- Gas tank, compressor and gas bottles
- Plumbing work
- Solar Panel & Battery for automatic stirring system
Loading rate: After four weeks of preparation period max. 10 kg of chopped/shred organic waste mixed with 10 litres water (ratio 1:1).
When Biobox is working with full capacity in optimal conditions (under the sun) the production of liquid Bio-fertilizer is 2-40 litres per day and Biogas up to 2 m3 per day.
Production capacity depends on the type and amount of feedstock and the temperature. The preferable temperature around 30-42 °C.
Dimensions: Length 123 cm, Width 102 cm, Height 118 cm, Weight when empty approximately 100 kg