CompostManager

CompostManager is a business founded on Research and Development. The global composting industry continues to grow and evolve, facing multiple challenges, not least from the increased attention of regulators. After four years’ hard work, CMS2010 has been created by a team which is headed up by eminent soil scientist George Longmuir and analytical chemist Dr Eric Crouch.

Company details

96 High Street , Tunbridge Wells , Kent TN1 1YF United Kingdom

Locations Served

Business Type:
Software vendor
Industry Type:
Waste and Recycling - Composting
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)

founded on Research and Development
CompostManager is a business founded on Research and Development.

The global composting industry continues to grow and evolve, facing multiple challenges, not least from the increased attention of regulators.

After four years’ hard work, CMS2010 has been created by a team which is headed up by eminent soil scientist George Longmuir and analytical chemist Dr Eric Crouch.

In addressing the issues faced by the industry, the team’s focus was on four key criteria:

  • To keep the Regulator happy
  • To reduce production costs
  • To increase product throughout
  • To improve product quality

CMS2010 will help composters do all of these things.

There are four essential contributors to the understanding of the composting process, whether you are at home or an industrial site.

  • Moisture Content
  • Temperature
  • O2 Concentration
  • CO2 Concentration

For composters, knowing how these parameters are interacting leads to:

  • Increased Production
  • Reduced Workload
  • Improved Quality & Consistency

This is exactly what CMS2010 does.

Traceability, Accountability and Compliance

As the composting industry goes from waste management to high-quality manufacturing, the requirement to demonstrate Best Practice will continue to grow. CMS2010 records every step of the process.

Better production information will give:

  • Peace of mind to the end-user
  • Peace of mind to the regulators, as their influence grows
  • Peace of mind to senior management, with increased confidence in the efficiency of the process

Drastic Reduction in Production Time

After 1000’s of tests, samples and readings, results have shown that the system is capable of producing high-quality compost in NINE weeks after only FOUR turns.

Reduced production time leads to:

  • Increased throughput and gate revenue
  • Reduced labour costs
  • Reduced machinery costs through fewer turns

Complete Control of the Production Process

Historically, there has been surprisingly little research into the compost process – things have been done by trial and error, and in any case composting has been no more than a means of managing green waste.

CMS2010 has been created with the benefit of over four years’ of research. It means that, for the first time, composters can understand the process fully and, more importantly, control it.

Complete control leads to:

  • Improved quality and consistency of the compost, bringing about increased revenue potential
  • An ability to minimise the impact of unpleasant odour and bio-aerosols
  • Proper streamlining of resources