Solid Waste Management


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CONTACT: 09152873093; 09995207474; 09334067948


With Manual and Mechanical Separator System
(For Biodegradable or Nabubulok waste)

The system is composed of two units : Rapid Composting Unit (RCS) and the Manual and Mechanical Segregator both supported by conveyors and sub-conveyors.

This equipment basically converts biodegradable waste into powdered raw organic Fertilizer in five (5) minutes and into a complete high quality organic fertilizer in only 5 days after putting them into polytwine bags and storing them in the bodega for 5 days composting period instead of the usual 45 days.

The quality of organic fertilizer that is produced is very high quality, since the compost is well grounded and treated by bio-6 enzyme (lactobacilli), carbon activator, cocopeat and natural fresh water origin zeolyte.

The Fertilizer is also free from toxic elements since before processing the plastic, metals, bottles and other big materials in the biodegradable to the plant are removed by the Manual and Mechanical Segregator System.

The system other than achieving it’s major objective of eliminating Pollution and Dumpsite also will help the Government in terms of food production, health and economy.

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Solid Waste Management

  1. 1. SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT M L G Enterprises Sto Domingo, City of Santa Rosa, Laguna MOBILE NOS.: Globe (09152873093) Smart (09995207474) Sun (09334067948) EMAIL : WEBSITE: FACEBOOK PAGE:
  2. 2. Philippines’ Waste Situation With today’s industrialization and lifestyle of Filipinos, studies have shown that one Filipino can generate as much as half a kilo of waste a day. The continuous stream of new products using new packaging technology in the market, generates an increase not only in the volume of waste but also an increase in the variety of waste.
  3. 3. Government’s Response to the Waste Problem Recognizing the severity of the garbage problem in the country, congress has enacted Republic Act No. 9003, otherwise known as the “Ecological Solid Waste Act of 2000, which assigns the primary task of implementation and enforcement to local government units (LGUs). The law emphasizes the importance of minimizing waste thru recycling, resource recovery, reuse, and composting.
  4. 4. Waste Management Options Waste disposal is thus a major issue that confronts LGUs. It is considered of utmost priority due to health and environmental risks associated with waste.  Waste often contains pathogens that commonly cause infections  Garbage piles, besides being foul and unsightly, are breeding grounds of vermin and insects, which carry various types of human diseases.
  5. 5. Waste Management Options (cont.)  Improperly discarded waste can contaminate sources of drinking water; can be carried by rivers to the sea that could adversely affect marine resources, tourism industry, and the health of people in coastal areas.  Some promotes the use of landfills as alternative means of waste disposal, but it has been shown that finding landfill sites proves to be difficult due to:  Economic constraints – too expensive to establish a landfill  Public health concerns – if not properly established, would cause leakage that could contaminate sources of food and water.
  6. 6. Waste Management Options (cont.)  Social acceptability issues – LGU will have to consult and get the approval of its constituents for the establishment of landfill. Moreover, for those who have no space for landfill in the area, and therefore would request another LGU to host their waste, it would be difficult for the host LGU to accept the garbage of another LGU; Note: In Canada and USA, a closed landfill site cannot be used for 30 years after closure due to methane gas generated from biodegradable waste which, even in small quantities (5% of air), is explosive and could be dangerous.
  7. 7. Waste Management Options (cont.) There is a need, therefore, for other solid waste management strategies that can reduce waste released to the environment, such as –  Source Reduction - Turning something old into something new - Food and yard waste can be composted - Aluminum cans can be melted and pressed into new sheets that can be reused. - Glass bottles can be crushed and melted to make new glass products.
  8. 8. Waste Management Options (cont.) Recycling - materials that cannot be recycled are processed to generate energy and other sources - biodegradable waste can be converted to soil conditioners or organic fertilizers through composting - energy can be recovered through incinerator systems that produces steam, or through pyrolisis to extract methane gas
  9. 9. Waste Management Options (cont.) Treatment or Recovery - reducing the amount of waste and the toxicity of the waste that is produced. - manufacturers may come up with products containing fewer harmful materials - consumers may choose to buy more durable and non- disposable products
  10. 10. Waste Management Options (cont.) Disposal - discarding solid residues- ashes and slag – that result from treatment. ( Source : The Hierarchy of Solid Waste Management, pp.9-10, Solid Waste Management – Mapping out Solutions at the Local Level [Philippines- Canada Local Government Support Program])
  11. 11. What is the best solution to waste problem?  The best solution to solid waste is the use of Maxisaver Solid Waste Solution System (or Maxisaver Machine & Fertilizer System)
  12. 12. What is MAXISAVER Machine andFertilizer System?It is an integrated Materials Recovery Facility System invented byDr. Luis Cervantes, Jr. which segregates biodegradable andnon-biodegradable wastes.After segregation, the biodegradable wastes are convertedinto organic liquid and compost fertilizer within 5 minutes.While, the non-biodegradable wastes may be recycled andused in the production of hollow blocks, bricks, and otherinfrastructure materials, decorative pieces , monoblocktables and chairs, among others.
  13. 13. Maxi-saver Machine and Fertilizer System iscomposed of: Receiving Feed Conveyor - it receives and feed the waste to the shredder machine. This is movable and foldable. Primary Multi Shredder - can shred all kinds of materials, such as tires, fabric, sando bag, diaper, tarpaulin, tin/ can, galvanized iron, aluminum, hard PVC, hard plastic, rubber sandals, foam, lumber or wood, bamboo, fiberglass, batteries, leather, cable wire cover, trunk of trees, coconut stalk, coconut husk, coconut shell, stone, concrete hollow blocks, bricks, clay pot, tiles, ceramics, glass, etc.
  14. 14. Maxi-Saver Machine and Fertilizer System (cont.) Secondary Pulverizer Shredder - used in shredding plastic, pet bottles, PE plastic, soft PVC, blowing plastic, injection plastic, sando bag Composting Shredder Machine - used in shredding coconut husk, vegetables, leaves, agricultural wastes to produce organic fertilizer with the following components: a) Additive and enzyme feeder b) Compactor/ squeezer machine c) Discharge screw conveyor Housing - Enclosed the machine & components in one house for total protection
  16. 16. LMS MULTI-PURPOSE PULVERIZER Optimized Cutting Geometry ApplicationTechnical Specifications Features
  17. 17. LMS SHREDDER Optimized Cutting GeometryTechnical Specifications Features
  19. 19. Benefits of Non-Biodegradable Solid Byproduct  May generate income when bricks, hollow blocks produced from pulverized plastic are sold  May generate savings by using the materials for infrastructure projects of the LGU
  20. 20. Benefits of the Fiber Byproduct  Coco fiber byproduct may be woven into rugs and decorative pieces and may be used as livelihood of the local residents to generate revenues
  22. 22. Rapid Composting wealthwaste Machine 5 minutesA breakthrough technology that converts organicwaste to wealth in 5 minutes
  23. 23. with BIO-INNOCULANT (Bio Enzyme and Additives) Rapid Composting Machine A breakthrough technology that 100% pure and A breakthrough technology that converts organic waste to wealth in converts organic waste to wealth 5 minutespremium organic in 5 minutes fertilizer
  24. 24. How does it process the biodegradable solid waste? minutes
  25. 25. About the Material Recovery Facility (MRF) The machinery and multi-strain microbes (or enzymes) perform the rapid composting process The machinery system is protected under Republic Act No. 8293 with Registration No. H2004-110 dated February 26, 2004 Multi-strain microbes is copyrighted under Dr. Luis Cervantes, Jr.
  26. 26. About (Microbes) Decomposes organic matters rapidly through the production of micro organisms of alcohol, esters and anti microbial substances, thus, resulting to rapid multiplication of bacteria that help control odors in the process Turns organic waste into a very rich humus that can restore and nourish soil fertility
  27. 27. Guarantees The microbes are safe even if taken orally by humans or animals. There is abundant supply of microbes. It is locally manufactured by Dr. Cervantes.
  28. 28. TEST RESULT OF SOIL PRODUCED Test conducted by the Bureau of Soils and Water Mgt (Department of Agriculture)  Nitrogen (N) 2.99%  Phosporous (P2O5 ) 1.35%  Potassium ( K2O) 5.85%  Calcium (CaO) 5.47%  Magnesium (MgO) 1.76  Carbon (C) 20.77%
  29. 29. Benefits of the Biodegradable Solid Compost Byproduct  May be used by the local government as a source of income  May also be used to sustain and compliment the agricultural industry of the constituency
  30. 30. Benefits of the Liquid By product  If used as a liquid fertilizer, it gets the nitrogen from the air which helps the natural process for plants – Nitrogen fixing bacteria found in the microbes.  If used as methane gas, it can empower the whole waste management facility because it’s heating value is 10 times more than regular gasoline
  31. 31. Operating CapacitiesThe machine is scalable to meet client requirements
  32. 32. Key Features/ Advantages Promotes ZERO WASTE as it processes/ recycles both biodegradable and non-biodegradable wastes into useful and income- generating by-products - raw garbage is composed of 30% biodegradable and 70% non- biodegradable Efficient as the process of producing organic fertilizer is 88% faster with Maxi-saver Sustainable as it is locally-manufactured/produced - Parts, enzymes and services are easily available Affordable/economical as it is cheaper than similar imported machines User/ Environment friendly as it does not use broiler (which generates heat) to process the waste