A lab that helps universities partner with industry
We toured the UTS Tech Lab yesterday led by Monica Brockmyre, their Project Engagement Officer. Amongst other fascinating displays she showed us these tech applications that can countsheep, identify freshness of fish and help with safety.
Green Eco Technologies began in the UK in 2016, but later moved to Australia and has been manufacturing here since July 2021.GET removes about 80 per cent of the volume from organic waste using heat of 50 to 60 degrees Celsius, air, and a “Mixed Ion Reactive Approach”. Radicalised oxygen molecules kill off microbes to remove pungent smells, breaking down organics at the cell level to turn them into a kind of nutrient and calorie-rich compost. This can then be diluted as a soil improver or fed into an anaerobic digestor to make biogas. https://www.aumanufacturing.com.au/saving-through-smarter-energy-use-the-melbourne-company-taking-the-stink-out-of-waste-to-energy