Organic Waste Circulation
STICO LAB realizes carbon neutrality through appropriate treatment and resourceization of various organic wastes.
The livestock excreta treatment solution of STICO Research Institute realizes resource use based on three principles: zero liquid fertilizer, rapid collection and rapid treatment, and natural circulation. Through this, the goal is to realize carbon neutrality, improve the living environment, and prevent a pandemic. The organic waste recycling project proposes a sustainable natural circulation system.
Livestock manure generates about 50 million tons of carbon dioxide every year in Korean standards. In addition, about 10 million tons of carbon dioxide are generated in food waste and slaughter waste. In order to lead a sustainable life of a person, the carbon neutrality problem should be solved first, and various technologies that can resource organic waste are proposed as an alternative, but they have not achieved groundbreak-ing results. To solve these challenges, STICO Research Institute's unique technology-intensive solution will more effectively utilize organic waste and apply it to various fields.
STICO research institute is working to convert not only livestock manure but also organic waste from all fields of human origin into energy, clean water, feed, fertilizer, etc. The organic waste recycling project proposes a sustainable natural circulation system. This will enrich people's future.
Demonstration of resource
G resource recovery center
- Pilot facility construction
Foreign material separator
Lab test completed
(fish feed test)