Organic Waste

Organic Waste

Providing best industry practice and available technology – to sustainably dispose of excess organic matter, reduce emissions, and reduce landfill or dumpsite disposal of food waste which might eventually pollute the groundwater. There is also a thermal energy recovery process from the food waste – up to 20 tons of plant biomass can be produced per day. The dried food has a high calorific value – the heat generated during combustion is used to dry food, and excess heat can be used to heat water on site.


Three different systems offer different benefits :

  1. in-vessel composting for ‘real organic’ compost.

  2. thermal food waste minimisation process.

  3. an energy recovery process from food waste.


  • Reduce greenhouse gas emissions

  • Reduce landfill or dumpsite disposal of food waste – avoids decomposition and pollution of groundwater, and discourages flies

  • Induces a positive ecological impact – combats desertification and reverses land degradation

  • Replenishes the soil by introducing a natural source of nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium

  • Combats the  adverse effects  of  synthetic  fertilisers  –  contamination  of  water

  • Commitment to UN Framework Convention on Climate Change signed by Oman (24th April 2019).