Goodall Installs BioGreen360 Food Digester
Goodall Hospital Announces Partnership with Casella Waste Systems and Green Waste Stream, LLC, Manufacturers of the BioGreen360 Food Digester
BioGreen360® dramatically reduces the volume of food waste
by converting it to a compostable material
Goodall Hospital is proud to announce its partnership with Casella Waste Systems and Green Waste Stream, LLC in an effort to reduce the amount of waste produced by the hospital. Goodall has installed the 1,000lb/day Biogreen360 Food Digester unit in their Food Service Department.
The BioGreen360 is a self-contained, continual feed organic disposal system designed to use a patented microbe formulae that biologically converts food waste into compostable material. It accomplishes this by accelerating the natural decomposition process by maintaining optimal levels of aeration, moisture and temperature. The digester reduces food waste volume by an impressive 90 percent and completes a full cycle within 24 hours.
“Casella offers the Biogreen360’s on-site food digester because it consumes no fresh water, discharges no environmentally damaging gray water, and significantly reduces the amount of waste produced by our customers.” said Rich Alercio, Recycling Specialist for Casella Waste Systems. “The food digester is ideal for helping customers, such as Goodall Hospital, increase their recycling rates and achieve their sustainability objectives.”
“Goodall Hospital is leading the way inMainea s not only the first hospital, but the first organization or business, to utilize this technology.” said Paul Grillo, President and CEO of Green Waste Stream, LLC. “Working with the individuals at Goodall Hospital, coupled with Casella’s experience in serving the waste industry, extensive product line and reputation for quality, makes both ideal partners for our company.”
“We have been working extremely close with Casella and Green Waste Stream, LLC to ensure that our unit is running to the best of its ability and are very happy with the outcomes we are experiencing at this time.” said Gene Coffin, Director of Environmental Services for Goodall Hospital. “The amount of food waste we are producing has been dramatically reduced and we couldn’t be happier.”