BioBin Qatar – Sustainable Waste Management2021-01-25T06:04:55+00:00

Introducing

BiobiN® Organics Collection

BiobiN is the best industrial compost bin for commercial organics recycling. It’s patented technology keeps organic waste aerobic and odor free between hauler collections, making it the ideal, sustainable commercial composting system.

Why use BiobiN®?

Companies utilizing BiobiN® have experienced great results: reduced costs of transportation and tipping, as well as the elimination of odors normally associated with food waste collection. See below, how BiobiN® not only save you money – but help you, help the environment.

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Which BiobiN® is right for my operation?

BiobiN® can be used in a variety of outlets, including food manufacturing, restaurants, shopping centers, supermarkets…it’s endless. Wherever organic or wet materials are generated, BiobiN® is THE solution.

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Unit Specs

  • Footprint
  • Net Weight aprox.
  • Gross Weight
  • Net organic capacity

4.5m³

  • 3.2m x 3m
  • 650 kg
  • 3,650 kg
  • 3,000 kg

9m³

  • 4.5m x 4m
  • 1,000 kg
  • 8,500 kg
  • 7,500 kg

20m³

  • 8m x 2.5m
  • 4,000 kg
  • 20,000 kg
  • 16,000 kg

So what size will you need?

Talk to a BiobiN® engineer to determine the size that’s right for you. The amount of organic/wet material you produce on a monthly basis and the space available for BiobiN® onsite, will be taken into consideration to find the right fit for your business.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does the BiobiN® smell?2019-03-04T13:38:26+00:00

The simple answer to this questions is no, the BiobiN® doesn’t smell. As long as the simple housekeeping rules are followed;

  • Manage your wet:dry ratio’s.
  • Don’t leave the lid open
  • Undertake routine checks
How are the bins emptied while still attached to the pipes?2019-03-04T13:38:59+00:00

The pipes disconnect from the bin unit so it get be maneuvered independently of the filter unit. It the bin unit is required to be transported any distance, plugs are placed into the pipe points to prevent any chance of any material dislodging from inside the bin during transport.

We understand that the carbon added to the bin may be wood chip, cardboard or paper. Is there any specific types of wood chip that must be used or can’t be used?2019-03-04T13:54:39+00:00

Any carbon based material is fine. The BIGGEST consideration is that it needs to be dry! Wet material will eventually flood the system.

Are there precise ratios of carbon : waste required? Or is It sufficient to put enough carbon to cover the dead animals, whatever that amount may be?2019-03-04T13:55:09+00:00

Nothing precise, keep it simple! Start with a 1:1 ratio of dry carbon material to wet waste, i.e. poultry. If you start to see moisture building around the edges or bubbles appearing when the fan is on, increase the dry carbon material to 2 parts and 1 wet organic part.

In your experience, what are the most common issues users face or things they do wrong when using the BiobiN®?2019-03-04T13:55:47+00:00
  • Leaving the power off and the lids open, and then it rains.
  • Not putting in any or enough dry material.

These might sound like simple things to do, and they are, but these are the biggest challenges we regularly face.

What ongoing maintenance is required?2019-03-04T13:56:15+00:00

Weekly draining of condensate, commonly done by the customer.

3 monthly system check for leaks, cracks, etc., twice yearly filter cartridge change and annual biofilter media change, commonly undertaken by the service provider but can be undertaken by the customer.

How often will the BiobiN® be emptied?2019-03-04T13:56:53+00:00

The idea of the BiobiN® is that it commences processing on site and only requires to be emptied when it’s full – which maximises transport efficiencies. This time frame can vary between locations and uses, and can be as often as every week or as long as a year. Your BiobiN® technologist can determine when yours will need emptying.

What our customers say!

“BiobiN® provides a reliable, effective, clean green, economic and biosecure management solution for poultry farm mortalities. The unique aeration and biofiltration system means we can biosecurely store mortalities on site and the BiobiN® effectively manages odour and pathogen control with no risk to our local environment.”

Laura Fell, RJ&LA FELL Turkey Farm, President, SA Inghams Turkey Grower Group

“BiobiN® systems are a simple, reliable and secure management system that removes associated risk issues when dealing with putrescible waste. They are a seamless fit with our best practices management principles”

Hiro Ujie, FTZ Company, Fukushima, Japan

“Using the BiobiN® at the David Fleay Wildlife Park reduced waste going to landfill by approximately 70%”

ecoBIZ, Queensland Case study for David Fleay Wildlife Park
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