Invessel Composter – Compost Mechine

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What is Compost?

Compost is mineralization of plant or animal based organic material with the use of bacteria. Compost is not just an organic fertilizer but it is also a soil activator and gulator. While chemical fertilizers are good at providing the necessary minerals to soil in order to feed the plants, compost additionally provides organic material that helps soil regain its natural structure back, further improving the biological and the chemical components.


  • Cow manure
  • Horse manure
  • Pallet manure
  • Food waste
  • Green waste
  • Fish waste
  • Urban waste
  • Mortality


  • Oxygen (proper aeration)
  • Humidity (40-50%)
  • Heat
  • C/N ratio
  • Particule Size(2-3 cm)
  • Time
  • Micro-organisms
  • Production can be monitored and intervened.
  • Overheating (over 70 °C ) can be prevented with proper aeration, this makes sure that the beneficial microorganisms survive.
  • The end product is homogenized and larvae, seed, pathogen free, so no further sanitization is required.
  • Composting happens in a closed environment, thus the process itself is odor-free.
  • The process takes a fraction of a time compared to windrow turner and other methods. Less time means less accumulation of waste and less waste attracts less rodents, flies and other undesired pests.

Organic materials are materials that are formed by the combination of light molecules such as H,C,N, O. Organic materials are the building blocks of life, they are found in plants and animals. By using invessel composting we are replicating the nature itself but while doing it we are accelerating the process. It takes a significantly longer time when the nature does this process but when the input and the process is controlled we can catalyse the Hydrogen, Carbon,
Nitrogen and Oxygen cycles. A successfully composted organic leftover is rthy and rich in humic, fulvic acids as well as high microorganism count.

Chemical fertilizers are like steroids, they provide increased benefit but for a limited amount of time. Overuse of chemical fertilizers result in soil with higher salt content.

High salt content decreases the alive organisms in soil. This results in needs of repetitively using chemical fertilizers as well as decreased production over time. In order to achieve sustainable production, It is necessary to keep the soil alive with organic rich material.

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