Queensland hospital Princess Alexandra Hospital is fighting the war on waste, using the enrich360 E550A to convert thousands of kilograms of unavoidable food scraps into fertiliser for their garden beds.
- Hospital food waste is being dehydrated and turned into fertiliser
- The project is reducing waste, saving money and beautifying gardens
- The dehydrator converts the food to fertiliser in less than 24-hours
“We wanted to get rid of food waste and create a by-product that we could use,” director of operational services Noel Matson told ABC Radio Brisbane.
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