Author archive: Don_MAF

Bunbury’s Grant Journey

Great coverage on the journey of a regional council in Western Australia seeking a grant for a large organics diversion infrastructure project. “Not only was the council’s application lauded as a good example that other councils should learn from, just two years on and the project is close to seeing a return on investment.”   “Battersby…

WALGA Eco-News

Another take on bio-waste recycling by Western Australia LGA publication: Click this link for full PDF article: Regional Food Recycling   “The contents of the bins are taken to the Banksia Road composting facility near Dardanup, which is where the magic happens. A system called a Mobile Aerated Floor, or ‘MAF’, is used to break down the waste….

BioCycle – Global Roundup

In January 2011 Biocycle Magazine mentioned the Power Management Solution supplied to Peat’s Soil by MAF: Willunga, South Australia MOBILE COMPOSTING FACILITY When Peter Wadewitz of Peats Soil and Garden Supplies in Willunga wanted to build a composting facility in a remote area with no electrical supply, he turned to Martin Hauke of Hauke-Erden in…

Mobile Aerated Composting Systems

Presented by Andy Gulliver of Custom Composts Download PDF file: GTCC & Great Lakes Presentation_Nov2011

Food waste recycling Bunbury CC WA

This article by Neville Passmore is a great read. “Food waste is such a pressing issue that the eyes of every local government authority are watching with great interest. While a small number of WA councils have set up an additional bin for garden organics the Bunbury initiative is the first in WA to tackle…

“The project replaced the existing method of mechanical turning for aeration of compost with pulsed aeration of static piles using a „mobile aerated floor‟ (MAF) system. This has significantly reduced the use of diesel fuel used in moving and turning compost piles during compost manufacture and eliminated the anaerobic conditions often found within active compost…

Martin Hauke - MAF Composting Systems

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