TAKING WASTE OF
OUT LANDFILLS

As the world’s landfills begin to overflow and pollution levels soar, finding ways to rid our waste becomes critical. The US alone produced 250 million tons of garbage in 2011.

UTILIZING WASTE AS
A COMMODITY

The Regreen Machine includes multiple stages that efficiently reduce the size of the waste, compress it and squeeze out its liquid, further pulverize the dehydrated content, and form pellets that are dried and cooled.

FOOD WASTE PRODUCING
ENVIRONMENTS

The Regreen Machine will deal with ALL food waste. In a matter of minutes, it will pulverize any food product, even hard-to-reduce materials like bones.

WASTE PROCESSING
CAPABILITIES

The Regreen Machine employs a very simple process for waste conversion. As a result, that same process could be scaled to process virtually any waste capacity.

SYSTEM AT A GLANCE

Inventors of waste systems
technology & leaders in organic recycling
  • DIVERTS ORGANIC WASTE FROM LANDFILLS
  • REDUCE COSTS OF WASTE HAULING &
    DISPOSAL FEES
  • ACHIEVES ZERO WASTE
  • PULVERIZES ANY ORGANIC WASTE
    INCLUDING BONES
  • EFFECTIVELY KILLS ALL UNWANTED BACTERIA
  • TURNS WASTE INTO VALUE, CREATING
    VALUABLE COMMODITIES SUCH AS -FERTILIZERS
    -FUEL (HEATING, ELECTRICITY)
    -CHARCOAL (FUEL, FILTRATION)
    -BIOGAS (HYDROGEN, PROPANE, METHANE, NITROGEN)

REGREEN BLOG

From Poop to Power: The Possibilities of Decentral...
By:
Paramjeet Singh, CEO, International Coil Limited and Robin Bisarya, VP of Business Development, Regreen International Solutions, Inc. The world has a poop problem. According to the World Health Organization, 2.6 billion people lack access to any sanitation. For those that do, sewage infrastructure is often
March 02, 2016
Turning Trash to Treasure (#3): The New Circular E...
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As Einstein once stated, "Energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only be changed from one form to another". The Law of the Conservation of Energy is one of the most basic laws of science and it means a whole lot when we apply it to the things we throw away. See, energy is stored in everything from the foods we eat to
November 24, 2015
The production of such a vital form of energy as e...
By:
Currently, over 65% of the world's electricity is produced through fossil fuels powering turbines. But experts in turbine technology have already confirmed the enormous potential of replacing fossil fuels with biogas - gas made from the breakdown and recycling of organic materials such as food waste. Let's explore some of the
September 06, 2012
Turning Trash to Treasure (#2): The New Circular E...
By:
As the saying goes: "One man's trash is another man's treasure". In our last post, we started to explore how a new economy is forming around the things we throw away. We looked at how emerging "smart" waste technologies can quickly transform organic waste into compost, creating savings for waste producers while forming a loop that takes food from farm to fork and back to
November 10, 2015
New Business Models in Waste Management
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In our previous posts, we talked about how waste—which has long represented a cost center—is nowadays being transformed into a profit center. From this emerging circular economy, a multitude of new business models are arising. Each of them demonstrate how there are many profitable ways to turn trash
December 23, 2015
Singapore Sets Its Sights on the Future: A Pilot P...
By:
Paramjeet Singh, CEO, International Coil Limited, Ashim Das, MD, IC Green Solutions Pte Ltd. and Robin Bisarya, VP of Business Development, Regreen International Solutions, Inc. Singapore is a country that is smart about recycling. With limited land space, this island city-state has had to get innovative when it comes to
February 16, 2016
Turning Trash to Treasure (#1): The New Circular E...
By:
Let's face it; waste isn't what it used to be: a problem with no solution. Aided by the rise of new "smart" waste management technologies, trash is beginning to be understood as a renewable resource for material and energy recovery. As waste is transformed into commodities that boast both environmental and
October 29, 2015
Did you know that United States landfills are clos...
By:
Our largest cities are scrambling for alternatives. While we wish the landfill closure rate were an indicator that we are producing less trash as a country, it is actually (and unfortunately) an indicator that we are running out of space for where to put it. It's a recipe for a train wreck, and the situation must urgently be
April 08, 2013
There may indeed be a way for hotels to become ene...
By:
The problems hotels face with their energy bills are widely recognized throughout the industry and in the government as well. A study conducted in 2003 by Energy and Environmental Analysis, Inc. has found the total energy bill for hotels in the US to be $5.2 billion 5% of total industry revenues. And the amounts have only risen since then. After all, not only does the industry
October 10, 2012
In the search for an alternative method for clean ...
By:
Despite its history, fuel cell technology wasn't adapted for commercial and industrial use until the 1990's, and only began to be sold commercially around five years ago. Because of that, not many people know how fuel cells work. A fuel cell is a device that uses hydrogen gas and combines it with oxygen from the air to
October 10, 2012
How Smart Green Cities Turn Waste into a Resource
By:
Robin Bisarya, VP of Business Development, Regreen International Solutions Inc. (www.regreenus.com) & Garson Silvers, CEO of Zeons (www.zeons.org) Big problems call for smart solutions. By 2050, the world population is expected to grow from 7.2 billion to 9.6 billion and it is estimated that 66% of all people will live in cities (up from 54% today). Looking at these numbers, it's easy to understand how climate change can be considered the
January 11, 2016
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NO MORE GOING TO LANDFILLS

Inventors of waste systems technology | Leaders of organic recycling