enrich360™ is a program designed to save our soil, remove food waste from landfill and provide us with more nutritious tastier food.
This is how it works:
Restaurants convert their food waste into nutrient rich organic fertiliser by the use of certified dehydration machines.
Certified distributors collect their fertiliser and give it back to their farmers stopping the food waste from going into landfill and putting it to good use. This reduces the methane that destroys our Ozone layer.
The Farmers grow better, more nutritious produce whilst helping to stop soil degradation and so the cycle begins.
The more you support the participating food establishments, the more support the farmers get with enrich360 fertiliser the more we are enriched.
enrich360™ fertiliser helps stop soil degradation.
enrich360™ fertiliser helps stop landfill.
enrich360™ fertiliser helps produce more nutritious tastier food
the enrich360™ program:
enrich360™ offers certification to those organisations and individuals demonstrating compliance with the enrich360™ Program and enrich360™ principles and standards in their operations as assessed in the enrich360™ accreditation process.
enrich360™ categories: Producer (Farm); Product Distributor; Retailer – Red; Retailer – Gold; Technology/Machinery; IT Traceability Provider; Waste Logistics; Composter; Waste Processor; or other categories as agreed.
enrich360™ waste logistics
enrich360™ works with a national distribution chain that gets the enrich360™ certified produce to the restaurants, collects food waste converted to biomass which is a component of enrich360™ certified fertiliser which is then returned to the enrich360™ certified farms ensuring the cycle continues.
Wherever we can we use available return capacity in our logistics partners operations, instead of running specific vehicles, to reduce our impact on the environment further.
enrich360™ food waste dehydrators
enrich360™ offers a range of high quality food waste dehydrators, including full installation and ongoing servicing. Capacity range from 100 kg to 1 tonne of food waste per day.
In these machines food waste goes through a fully automatic process of dehydration, sterilisation and volume reduction. No additives are required – no water, no sawdust, no enzymes. The equipment requires only the input of electrical power (or gas) for motors and heat energy.
The enrich360™ app
enrich360™ app is coming soon. Find participating restaurants and food businesses and make the choice to ‘save our soil’ as you dine.
The enrich360™ app give customers the opportunity to search for local restaurants who are part of the program. The app allows restaurants and other participants to update their information, including links to social media, photo gallery, menus, promotions and even upload videos.
Another key feature of the enrich360™ app is the produce trace-ability functionality – diners can look at the produce supplied to you and see up to date information about what farm the produce came from.
enrich360™ fertiliser products will be available soon. Watch out for certified stockists – coming soon.
Field trials are currently underway. If you are a farm and would like to trial the enrich360™ range, complete the contact us form and we will get some samples out to you to try.
Products will include:
- Soil Conditioner/fertiliser
- Mulch Fertiliser
- Palletised Fertiliser
Improve plant grow and rebuild soil health with enrich360™ fertiliser.
enrich360™ Certified Produce
enrich360™ certified farms and distributors coming soon. If you’re a chef, you want the best ingredients for your creations. If you want more nutritious, better tasting produce then enrich360™ farms and distributors are the place to look.
enrich360™ was formed to help reduce landfill, help reduce soil degradation and help grow better more nutritious produce.
Yarra Valley Farms is committed to supporting enrich360™ in achieving our aims and we are grateful for their support of the program. Check out: http://yarravalleyfarms.com.au/
"33 percent of soil is moderately to highly degraded due to erosion, loss of soil organic matter, nutrient depletion, acidification, salinization, compaction and chemical pollution. However, sustainable management and careful farming techniques can reverse the trend of soil degradation and ensure current and future global food security."Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations
"When it comes to the environment we all know that it needs to be helped but it's often hard to know how to really make a difference. To me eating at an enrich 360 certified restaurant is a simple and effective way to do something that works."Greg Mannock