National Waste Recycler Systems Inc. is a New England based company founded in 2002.
Experience & Technology
National Waste has many years of hands-on experience in soil and composting. National Waste Recycler latest invention includes an In-vessel composting system called the COW™ (Composting Organic Waste) that was developed to address the flaws in compactors and other traditional waste collection containers. The COW™ System is an on-site, In-vessel aerobic technology designed to minimize waste disposal costs.
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Time for a Change
- Within the next decade, about 47% of U.S. landfills are expected to close
- The U.S. generates approximately 220 million tons of municipal waste each year
- Average store trash removal costs range around $40-50k annually, and are rising
- An average supermarket generates 8-10 tons of trash weekly (after recycling paper and plastic)
- Most New England states now favor composting as a preferred disposal alternative
- More and more composting facilities are becoming licensed to process supermarket organic waste
- 80% of supermarket trash is biodegradable and can be composted