Processing efficiency is much higher in JDR Recycler  as its is a fully

enclosed system the temperature of the organic sludge is raised gradually in

the (1)first stage & its powdered to uniform granular size/

(2)nd stage is the bio digestion of organic sludge here .

ERS (Environmental Recycling System) is a High-Speed Composting (Fermentation

& Drying) System which can convert a batch of organic matter or waste into

value-added products such as fertilizer or animal feed within 2-3 hours. The

technology of ERS is based on `Controlled multiplication of indigenous

Microorganisms`. When the system is installed, indigenous microorganisms are

collected from the local soil and specific microorganisms are cultured in the

system. The material such as organic waste, food processing waste, sludge etc.

are thrown into the reactor, in which would be vacuumed to maintain a

certain boiling point. Thus an ideal condition for the multiplication of

microorganisms is provided and exponentially multi-plicated microorganisms

break down and dehydrate the materials in a short time. No need to replenish

the microorganisms they are activated only after a rise in temperature &

multiply on their own

Selective cultivation of specific microbes.

Controlled multiplication of specific microbes.

Controlled environmental adaptation of specific microbes.

Recycle by microbes

1. Environmental friendly

No microorganisms or bacterias are brought from abroad and all the process

will be done under the local condition. That's why it does not produce any

environmental problems.


Microorganisms

Microorganisms(Microbes) are acting as decomposer in the natural ecosystem, but it takes a long

time.

Our concept is to dramatically shorten such natural decomposing process, especially in the field

of converting organic waste into something useful.

Shinichi Shimose, investor of ERS, finally achieved a great success in controlling the multiplication

of microorganisms through his exploration on biotechnical food preparation.

Through the exploration, Shinichi Shimose found 3 important microorganisms, which exist

everywhere but specific and play an important part in the decomposing system. These

microorganisms are in a symbiont relations, 2 of them are decompose organic matters and the rest

will be decomposing the excrement from the 2 other microoganisms.




(3)Third stage is -Vacuum Drying -Saves Time

Unlike atmospheric drying, drying under reduced pressure lowers the boiling

point and provides a greater temperature difference between the heating

medium and product. This results in faster drying and more efficient heat

recovery.

Vacuum Drying Saves Money

Drying at lower temperatures reduces energy consumption. The dryers' closed-

system design allows output to be recovered without loss in original properties,

eliminates expenses for additional air pollution control or exhaust systems, and

minimizes product loss caused by atmospheric contaminants, dusting, oxidation,

discoloration, and chemical change.

Vacuum Drying Protects Workers

Since drying occurs in a closed system, hazardous materials and fumes are not

released into the air. The potential for explosions is reduced because of the

lower temperatures and the lack of dust and air in the dryer.


Because the operation is made inside the reactor, no odor will be emitted on

the operation.

5. Easy Maintenance

Simple structure of machine. Only motors, pumps and some other rotating

device should be maintained.

Benefits of Vacuum Drying

Vacuum drying is ideal for materials that would be damaged or changed if

exposed to high temperatures. The vacuum removes moisture while preventing

the oxidation or explosions that can occur when certain materials combine with

air. Vacuum drying is also ideal in situations where a solvent must be

recovered or where materials must be dried to very low levels of moisture.

During thermal processing there will be a lot toxic fumes from sludge vented fumes and particles which can make people sick or which force people to wear protective garments.