STICO Lab

Organic Waste Circulation
Technology Organic Waste Circulation

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Discharging to river, ocean
Recycling of waste resources
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Livestock manure during breeding
Treatment Cost : $20/ton in Korea
$1.6 trillion / year
CO2 Emission : 18 million ton / year

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Waste from the slaughter process
Treatment Cost : $130/ton in Korea
$20 billion / year
CO2 Emission : 0.2 million ton / year

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Food waste
Treatment Cost : $160/ton in Korea
$800 billion / year
CO2 Emission : 9 million ton / year

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Fermentation – Fertilizer production
- Reduced liquid fertilizer
- Increased compost Production

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Feeding through blood coagulation
Food/medicine additive

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Use of waste resources as natural
gas Biogas (CH4, H2, etc.)

Organic Waste Circulation

‘ONI STOP’ Project

This is a process of converting all of the pig manure into solid fertilizer without liquid manure by using additives without performing a solid-liquid separation process. Since there is no wastewater discharged to the outside, it is more environmentally friendly than the existing process.
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3D Video

‘POO-GREEN’ Project

In the conventional pig manure treatment process, liquid and solid are separated through solid-liquid separation, and each is used as fertilizer. In this process, unlike before, the liquid manure is purified and the solid is made into fertilizer or fuel. The clean water can be recycled again, and the separated solid can be recycled in various ways.
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