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  1. 1. The Leader in Waste Decomposition Technology<br />CLEANERInnovative Solutions<br />
  2. 2. Saving our planet begins with environmental awareness<br />Recycling<br />Waste Management<br />Protecting our resources<br />
  3. 3. COMPTEX SOLUTIONS<br />Managing organic waste has never been easier<br />A highly refined formula of safe-to-touch government approved and certified micro-organisms produce enzymes that aerobically breakdown organic waste into city compliant water that is simply discharged down the drain<br />
  4. 4. Food Decomposition Process <br /><ul><li>Safe and Effective Food Disposal
  5. 5. Digests food within 24 hours
  6. 6. Rapid ROI
  7. 7. Improves on-site sanitation</li></ul>STEP 1<br />Add Microorganisms<br />Setup<br />STEP 2<br />Add Organic Food Waste to the digester compartment<br />STEP 3<br />Water is automatically added and food begins breaking down immediately<br />STEP 4<br />Discharged water enters the drain ending the decomposition process<br />
  8. 8. Who Benefits From Comptex Eco Smart Systems<br />Commercial Businesses<br />Businesses such as Grocery Stores, Restaurants, Hotels and Hospitals spend money on Garbage Hauling fees. There are many fees associated with having garbage removed from a business. These fees aren’t going to get cheaper. As gas prices increase and landfills fill up, businesses can expect to pay more to have garbage hauled away. Our sales representatives can help you put together a plan that makes sense and saves your company money.<br />The Environment<br />Comptex Eco Smart provides economic benefit to all businesses that produce food waste. As we are aware, food waste is hauled away with other garbage to landfills where it later decomposes. This decomposition creates methane which is a green house gas. Landfills are filling up and opening a new landfill isn’t cheap. States are looking at various ways to cut down on the amount of food waste that ends up in landfills. Composting is great but it doesn’t solve another key component of Garbage hauling; The Garbage Truck.<br />Using a Comptex Eco Smart machine means that there is less garbage to haul away. This means there should be less pickup’s needed. Cutting down on the amount of trucks needed, saves the environment and our roads.<br />Employees<br />Employees will appreciate that the company they work for is making a difference every day. They also will appreciate how much cleaner the area around the garbage bin will be. Comptex Eco Smart machines eliminate lingering odors from rotting food. They also will cut down on rodent and insect infestation. Rodents and Insects won’t have the food they are use to feeding on. The work place becomes more sanitary with a Comptex Eco Smart system. <br />
  9. 9. Specifications: Model Sizes<br />
  10. 10. Going CLEAN Environmental Benefits <br /><ul><li>Reduces dependency on fossil fuels
  11. 11. Reduces air pollution and harmful greenhouse gases
  12. 12. Reduces truck traffic
  13. 13. Preserves valuable landfill space
  14. 14. Effluent is returned to the ecosystem as water
  15. 15. Reduces potential for soil and ground water contamination</li></li></ul><li>Organizational Benefits<br />Significantly reduces hauling costs<br />Food waste no longer needs to be maintained on premises<br />Sanitation dramatically improves<br />Safety and Workflow conditions are streamlined<br />Trash and Recycling containers stay cleaner<br />Reduces odors and airborne bacteria <br />Reduces pesticide applications<br />Janitorial supplies dramatically reduced<br />
  16. 16. Rotting Landfill Problems<br />Why is it bad for food waste to decompose in a landfill?<br />Rotting food in the landfill releases methane, a green house gas which contributes to global warming. Methane traps 23 times as much heat in the atmosphere as the same amount of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and the release of methane from landfills accounts for 34 percent of all methane emissions in the U.S., according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, just over a quarter of the food in the U.S.—about 25.9 million tons—gets thrown away and taken to the landfill every year and the U.S. spends more than $1 billion every year just to dispose of all its food waste.<br />The best solution to solve this problem is for individuals and businesses to compost their food waste. Another solution to dealing with food waste is to use the decomposing organic material to create Biogas, a by-product of anaerobic digestion (AD). AD is a process where organic matter—such as food waste—breaks down in an environment with little or no oxygen, generating a natural gas made up of 60 percent methane and 40 percent CO2. Biogas can be used to provide heat, light and fuel. According to a study by the National Society for Clean Air, biogas-fueled cars could reduce CO2 emissions by 75 to 200 percent compared to cars powered by fossil fuels.<br />
  17. 17. Burning Problems . . . and Pot Ash<br />ImpactsOf Coal Ash Coal ash is the waste product left over after burning coal for electricity. Currently, it is less regulated than our household garbage. But fortunately, that might be about to change.The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released two proposed regulations for coal ash. One proposal, Subtitle C, is favored by citizens and environmental groups as it would classify coal ash as a hazardous waste, set minimum federally-enforceable regulations, close the wet waste ponds often used for disposal, provide monitoring of active and inactive dumpsites, require operating regulate coal ash from cradle to grave, not just disposal. The other, Subtitle D, is favored by industry and would classify coal ash as a non-hazardous solid waste, require no operating permits, make no changes regarding wet ponds, not require any monitoring of inactive dumpsites, set only weak, non-enforceable guidelines and only provide guidelines for coal ash disposal.<br />Coal ash is a toxic brew of all types of heavy metals and pollutants including, but not limited to, mercury, lead, arsenic, boron, cadmium, selenium, beryllium, and the list goes on and on. It is disposed of in a few different ways. The wet ash is dumped into a wet pond, typically unlined, where it can leach into local waterways and drinking water sources. Dry ash is often stored in a landfill and may contribute to breathing problems during transport or after disposal in the landfill when it is carried through the air. Since the dry ash, also called fly ash, is so light, it can easily become airborne and adversely affect local residents and workers’ health.<br />
  18. 18. Where does all the Garbage Go?<br />Think about this the next time you throw that banana peel, plastic packaging and junk mail away: residents of New York City and its surrounding boroughs are responsible for generating 12,000 tons (that’s right…tons!) of garbage each day. Picking up this mammoth daily load are 2,230 collection trucks. The collected waste is then moved to transfer facilities and carted off to landfills—located in various surrounding states—which are now nearly all at capacity. Prior to cutting back recycling services, it has been reported that New York spent almost $1 billion per year on trash and recyclables collection. <br />Finally, New York City is figuring out that there must be a more convenient, economically sound, and environmentally safer way to get rid of its refuse. In a recent radio address, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg talked about the passing of his administration’s long-term plan to achieve the goal of becoming “more environmentally responsible, economically sound and equitable across all five boroughs.” <br />
  19. 19. Waste Management and Recycling <br />Environmental Responsibility meets Fiscal Responsibility<br />Recycling is more than a buzzword for the environmental movement. Recycling - of glass, metals, paper, plastics, water and more - now represents significant cost savings to individuals, organizations and governments. <br />Don't Throw It All Away<br />Without a comprehensive strategy for recycling and solid waste management, organizations spend more for waste disposal, lose significant recycling dollars, face long-term liability risks and devalue property. With today's complex regulatory environment and ever-changing waste and recycling statutes and regulations, expert advice and planning is crucial to avoid disputes, court matters and fines. <br />Recycling and Waste Management Solutions<br />A successful recycling and waste management solution balances the demands and expense of recycling programs with cost-effective waste removal and disposal. <br />COMPTEX SOLUTION, LLC utilizes years of active involvement in the solid waste and recycling industries to create innovative asset recovery programs through its Waste Audits and Recycling Programs. <br />
  20. 20. COMPTEXSuper Plant Size Varies in sizes starting at ½ ton per 24 hr(s) period and can grow exponentially in size to virtually handle (100’s) hundreds of tons per day, designed to digest entire landfills <br />
  21. 21. Dump Food Waste<br />Plastic, metal, glass, hard objects such as large beef bones are automatically separated into a large bin.<br />
  22. 22. Separation<br /><ul><li> Packaged food, aluminum cans, plastic are automatically separated into a bin.
  23. 23. Crushing device break down larger size waste items to appropriate size.
  24. 24. Food waste enters the system for processing
  25. 25. Special blend of microorganisms fully decompose cellulose, lignin, protein, fat and more.</li></li></ul><li>Crusher & Separator<br />Patented Crushing Device increases the contact area of the waste and the microorganism for faster decomposition. <br />
  26. 26. Food Waste Holding Tank<br />Automatically loads the waste in the reactor. <br />
  27. 27. BioReactor<br />Patented “Automatic Aerator” automatically supplies fresh air in the reactor to enhance biological decomposition. <br />
  28. 28. H2O Cooling<br />Cools the water from the reactor before it enters the BOD Regulator.<br />
  29. 29. BOD Regulator<br />Patented Waste Water Treatment System treats the wastewater generated in compliance with the municipal, city and government regulations. <br />
  30. 30. Deodorizer<br />Patented system deodorizes the emission from the biological decomposition <br />
  31. 31. Composter<br /><ul><li>High speed composter.
  32. 32. High grade compost is complete in 3-5 days.
  33. 33. Every 6 months a new batch of micro organism and rice husk are replenished as part of regular maintenance.
  34. 34. Comes with an automatic bagging machine. </li></li></ul><li>Life Begin Again<br />
  35. 35. SUPER COMPTEX MAXHigh speed Organic Waste Decomposition System<br />100% conversion to compost and clean water.<br />High speed decomposition in 24 hours using patented system and a special blend of natural microorganism.<br />Safe environment solid waste management solution. <br />Social & lifestyle upgrade in sanitation, safety and home/work conditions. <br />Health & hygiene safeguards minimize cost for sanitation, pest control and odour. <br />Ecologically safe and natural. <br />
  36. 36. Safely back to nature<br />