The leftovers are mainly rotten vegetables and fruits that remain unsold and expired.
Stallholders (Users) can collect plant waste and put it into the machine.
2. Grinding & Sterilizing
The machine starts operating after pushing the power button. The blades then will cut plant waste into fine pieces in order to increase contact surface.
The temperature will be heated to 120 degrees for sterilization.
3. Composting (fermentation)
Next, the plant waste will be sent to another tank that contains cellulose before the composting process will starts.
The temperature will be maintained at between 60 degrees to 70 degrees (the best temperatures where the microbes actively work)
4. Dehydration & pressurizing
Partially decomposed complete fertilizer will fall into the heating tank, with high-temperature for dehydration.
When the user operates the machine, the fertilizer will be mixed with glue and seeds to form fertilizer / sower bricks.
This bricks then fall into the consumers’ hands.