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BSI is more than an inoculant

it is a solution for the future of waste management 

Composting is one of the most important recycling methods of our century, whereby decomposition of organic materials followed by their transformation into fertilisers appears to be a key process to resolve important environmental and social issues, including:
1. accumulation of organic disposal
2. proliferation of pests & diseases
3. aggravation of the greenhouse effect through elevated carbon footprint, and
4. the growing risk of food shortage
The underlying principle is simple, at high temperature organic waste is naturally converted to humus, while pest eggs and larvae are destroyed, diseases are eliminated, and invasive weed seeds are inactivated. 

However, the traditional process conducted in farms and homes is not efficient, and it can take up to 3 months for complete recycling and pathogen elimination under outdoor conditions. To address this, an Australian company leader in sustainability and waste recycling has developed an innovative composting system, which breaks down organic waste in only 24h with 80% conversion rate. Aiming to achieve 100% efficiency for a low-cost and minimal carbon footprint, we currently conduct trials with this partner to optimise their process through our proprietary inoculants.
Our work together has so far shown that these goals are achievable, and we are now conducting trials among commercial partners to ensure the maintenance of consistent outcomes: full digestion and pathogen elimination for a low cost, ultimately transforming waste into a safe nutrient-rich resource, to be freely distributed as a safe Australian fertiliser.

This work will also lead to new IP that will belong to our customer-collaborator, adding further value to the Australian industry. More results are available, and can be disclosed upon agreement by our partner.

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Treated with BSI

  • Presence of extense contamination

  • Risk of allergies and respiratory issues 

  • Some of the microbes used are linked to cancers

  • Lack of functional transparency 

  • Non-compliance with organic certification

  • High-costs


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