Composting machines

 We like to introduce you to a cutting-edge solution that promises to transform the way you manage food waste – the GS-Food Waste Digesters. As you navigate the challenges of food waste management, our digesters offer an innovative approach through their advanced enzymatic aerobic digestion technique.


Our food digester

Revolutionizing Waste Management: The Transformative Benefits of composting Machines

In our relentless pursuit of sustainable solutions, GS-Food Waste Digesters has spearheaded a groundbreaking approach to combat the intricate environmental challenges intertwined with food waste disposal. Employing an innovative aerobic enzymatic breakdown process, we effectively transform food waste into its elemental constituents, including the conversion of fats into fatty acids and glycerol.


This Pioneering Method Yields A Multitude Of Benefits, Directly Addressing Pivotal Issues:
  • CO2 emissions from garbage trucks: Our revolutionary process eliminates the need for frequent collection by conventional garbage trucks, resulting in a substantial reduction in CO2 emissions.

  • Methane emissions from landfills: By diverting food waste away from landfills, we significantly mitigate methane emissions, a potent greenhouse gas.

  • Odor and vermin-infested containers: Our hygienic and environmentally sound solution eradicates the nuisances associated with traditional green containers, fostering a cleaner, more inviting environment.

Food waste facts

Food waste destined for landfills accounts for 30-40% of all solid waste disposal in North America.

Garbage trucks use over 1.5 billion gallons of diesel fuel to cart food waste to North American landfills each year.

Every 100 pounds of food waste in our landfills sends 8 pounds of methane into the atmosphere. Over 20 years, methane has 86 times the global warming effect of carbon dioxide.

The contribution of food waste emissions to global warming is almost equivalent (87%) to global road transport emissions.


No unpleasant odors.


No solid waste output to manage.


Reduces the production of methane.


Safe and easy operation with low maintenance.


Lowers conventional garbage hauling expense.


Reduces pests and vermin.


Discharges into local wastewater system.


Reduces overall labor cost.

Existing food waste collection system by green bins.

treatment food waste existing methode

Food waste collection by our GS-Food Waste Digesters.

Start the process

Fill the composting machine/ Digester with food waste. And incorporate our unique microbial blend.

The enzymes do their thing

To aid aerobic digestion, the digestor oxygenates food waste. It’s 24/7 cycle continues the digestion process.

24/48 ongoing digestion process

Food waste is digested and broken down into tiny bits before being discharged as wastewater.

Multiple end of life solutions

The wastewater is filtered through a screen and grease arrestor before being discharged into the existing plumbing system.

Breaking Barriers In Food Waste Management

Unlike traditional food digester machines, our composting machine doesn’t yield compost as a final product. This unique approach eliminates the need for additional waste management, reducing workload and hassle. Our tailored food composter is designed to handle not only solid food waste, but also liquid products like soups and sauces. Through our enzymatic process, we break down these food products into smaller, manageable components, a feat unmatched by any other liquid food digester in the market.

Enzymatic Aerobic Digestion: Unveiling the Process

The GS-Food Waste Digesters machine’s expertise lies in its ability to break down food waste fast and efficiently through enzymatic aerobic digestion. This process harnesses the power of our special enzymes mixes in combination with our composting machine and a monitored process to transform complex organic compounds into simpler components.

Enzymes, the catalysts of the natural world, take center stage in this process. Our unique enzyme mixes are specially developed for the food digester, and target specific organic molecules in the food waste, initiating their breakdown. Proteases tackle proteins, lipases address fats, etcetera. As a result, large, complex molecules are transformed into smaller, more manageable fragments.

Aerobic - Anaerobic

Since the early 1950s, researchers have been studying aerobic digestion, and since the 1980s, many sewage treatment plants have used a combination of aerobic and anaerobic digestion. Modern food composters are now an accessible, sustainable, and cost-effective solution for organic food waste disposal in most organizations.

Composting food waste process:
Aerobic digestion, on the other hand, should not be confused with anaerobic digestion. Anaerobic digestion, while similar to aerobic digestion, does not require oxygen and is thus slower and less effective. Anaerobic digestion also produces methane, a harmful greenhouse gas that we want to avoid, as well as hydrogen sulfide, also known as “rotten egg gas.” To cope with food waste, food waste digesters use aerobic digestion.