Around 1990 John Willis and Bernie Beers formed BW Organics (BWO) for the purpose of designing and manufacturing rotary drum vessels to use for composting. Today there are over 250 of these units throughout the world processing a wide range of materials. In recent years BWO has experienced a strong surge in use of its vessels for composting food waste at prisons, colleges, industrial cafeterias, and food stores. Clients include:
Manufacturing Kentucky, Inc.
Washington Prison System
Modular Ethanol Solutions
TMA Organics have collaborated with Allard Energy, Inc. to utilize and sell modular ethanol refineries which leverage a distributed fuel model. The product line includes complete turn key refineries. These refineries range from 20,000 to 20MM plusgallons per year. The refineries can produce ethanol from sugar, starch, and cellulose. Examples of feedstocks include:
Waste fruits and vegetables
Waste sodas and soda syrup
Purpose grown crops like sweet sorghum
Sawdust and waste milling products.
Manure from livestock
TMA Organics provide business and technical services to partner for a successful project from organic waste systems to modular ethanol refineries. Business planning and financial modeling identifies and decreases project risks. While feedstock analysis can identify composition and the potential of your feedstock opportunity. Services include: