Actium Resources designs and manufactures Rotating Drum Composters for onsite waste disposal. Our rotating drum composting systems are based on original, innovative designs developed over years of experience. We like to explore the possibilities of onsite composting for different situations. Let us know what your composting goals are. We can prepare you a quote.
Actium Composter Construction Overview
The Compost Drum is a commercial on-site composting system. It is available as either a
- Batch Composter
- Continuous Flow Composter.
They share some common features that make them a superior on-site composting solution.
- Heavy solid steel construction
This includes the drums, the mixing paddles in the drum, the frames and all mounting brackets. These are protected by a
- Well proven rust inhibitor
to further enhance the systems’ durability. All critical components such as safety guards are
- Heavy gauge Stainless Steel.
An effective insulation system is necessary for rapid microbial decomposition or “Hot Composting” such as what occurs in The Compost Drum. We use a recognized tank insulation system. This consists of a
- High density glass fiber insulation
- Stainless Steel or Aluminum jacket
Together, they ensure that sufficient heat is retained for The Compost Drum to achieve the temperature required for pathogen elimination and rapid organic matter oxidation.
Our Composting Equipment Customers
- Poultry Producers who use it to easily and economically compost their regular mortalities.
For Composting Food Waste
- Bed and Breakfasts
- Ocean Resort/Golf Course in Bahamas
- Poultry Farm in Honduras
- Northern Community
- Community Gardens
- Roof Top Garden
- Cannabis Greenhouses
- Flower Farm
Some Benefits of Onsite Composting Equipment
- Create compost at your facility
- Decrease your Carbon Footprint
- Control Flies and Odours
- Divert Organic Waste from Landfills
- Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
- On-Site Organic Waste Disposal Saves You Money
- Improve the Leed’s Rating for Environmentally Sustainable Buildings
Be sure to check out COMPOSTING ARTICLES in the More Info page for some interesting information. Dr. Meaghan Wilton tells us about operating the Actium Batch Composter at Fort Albany First Nations in the sub arctic.