Eco-Safe Digester Video: A Typical Day at a Hospital
The Eco-Safe Digester provides a more efficient and environmentally-sound way to dispose of food waste in order to reduce the amount of landfill waste that is disposed of at any hospital.


 

BioHitech America Video: Machines Arrive
Machines continuously arrive to our NY warehouse from our manufacturing facility and are tested and calibrated before being installed to our customer locations.

 

BioHitech America Video:  Installation
The Eco-Safe Digester takes approximately 30-45 minutes to install.

 

 

BioHitech America Video: How To...Clean out the Machine
Cleaning out the Eco-Safe Digester is very simple.

 

Sustainability Video:
The Hilton Concord highlights the Eco-Safe Digester as one of their top sustainability initiatives led by the leading hospitality sustainability company, Hotel Sustainability Solutions, Inc. Their programs are custom designed for properties of all sizes – from boutique hotels to world-class resorts. The HSSI programs merge sound hospitality business practices with the application of products, systems and technologies to achieve sustainability leadership. The result is increased net cash flow, added asset value, and increased market share.

 

Food Waste Video:  Helping the Environment
At the Community Food Bank of New Jersey some of the food can’t be turned around fast enough causing it to go bad.  It would have gone straight to a landfill if it wasn’t for the Eco-Safe Digester which digests more than 10,000 pounds of food waste per week saving the Food Bank $2-3,000.00 per month.  As seen on News 12 New Jersey, Garden State Green.

 

New Technology Video:  Changing Food Waste Disposal Method
Most of the food waste no longer fit for human consumption is ending up in another type of stomach.  The Eco-Safe Digester, an industrial grade waste digesting stomach that is changing the way supermarkets, hospitals, hotels and others dispose of organic waste.  As seen here on CNN’s Economic Report. 

 

Documentary:  Jeremy Irons stars in TRASHED, a Blenheim Films production, produced and directed by British filmmaker Candida Brady.
In this groundbreaking environmental documentary, Academy Award winner Jeremy Irons explores the world's most environmentally polluted places to reveal the extent our rubbish is affecting us and our planet.

In this visually and emotional film which manages to be both horrific and beautiful, Jeremy takes us on a journey to explore the risks to the food chain and the environment through the pollution of our air, land and sea by household trash.

This is a wake-up call but a positive one. It ends on a message of hope- we can all do something and stop the problem.

 

Food Waste:
An informative short film on the relationship between food waste and resource waste.

 

 

 

Food Waste Video: Taste the Waste to Water
1.3 billion tons of food is thrown away each year leading to an incalculable waste of water, energy and investments with repercussions for both land and people.