Microbial systems that
compose more than 99% of
N IHONHAKKO Co., Ltd. manufactures and sells garbage disposal machines, decomposition machines, microorganisms, and environmental improvement systems. Its latest advancement is KID System, which is a technology that eliminates garbage, food waste, manure/urine/sludge, as well as dried sludge. It achieves this through the targeted use of microorganisms and stirrers. Unique microbial systems have the ability to decompose and remove more than 99 percent of the material.
This technology can also produce feed and fertilizer. Because no incineration is required, there is no emission of dangerous pollutants like ash or contaminants that can pose a health and safety risk. Not only is KID System easy to operate, it’s got a low operating cost associated with it. This makes it a simple to use, cost efficient technology that the company would ideally wish to export in regards to completed products, eventually having local partners trained in assembling and maintaining whole systems on their own.
KID Systems is designed to decompose and eliminate the following through its unique system that uses microorganisms:
- Garbage and waste (produced in food factories)
- Manure/excreta plants
- Fruit and fish from local markets
- By-products from garbage disposal sites, catering centers, meat processing plants and other facilities
Major Features and Advantages
I. Decomposes waste completely
Competing products don’t have the ability to decompose waste, leaving 20 to 30 percent as residue which consequently must be flushed with water followed by drainage. This makes the process of scaling the product up very difficult. In addition, competing products cannot process oil and urine. KID System features none of those problems, producing little noise and vibration, with nearly no residue (99 percent decomposition). Plus, it’s easy to scale up.
II. No Production of Dioxin
Since the company does not have to burn the garbage, no dioxin is produced (a highly toxic compound created as a byproduct in some manufacturing processes – a very serious and persistent environmental pollutant).
III. Lower Greenhouse Gas Emissions
CO2 emission is reduced by 92 percent. This is the primary greenhouse gas emitted through human activities.
IV. High Capacity for Performance
One unit of this product has the ability to process 1000 kg of waste per day.
V. Environmentally Friendly
With no waste to be added to the landfills, this technology is considered environmentally friendly. This is due in part to no need for residue disposal and no drainage required.
From cost efficiency to easy operation, this technology is sought after by many. NIHONHAKKO Co., Ltd. plans to sell the products directly from Japan without having to place staff on site; however, in the future, it plans to establish a sales office affiliate on site overseas.
Garbage and waste, which are produced in food factories, manure/excreta plants, fruit markets, fish markets, garbage disposal sites, catering centers, meat processing plants, and other facilities, are decomposed and eliminated through our unique system using microorganisms (which can also produce feed and fertilizer).
We have know-how to cultivate IWAO bacteria in developing countries. By using IWAO bacteria in processes for treating organic wastes in various facilities, more than 99% of the material can be decomposed and eliminated.
Technical Aspects: KID is state of the art technology in Japan.
Competing products can’t decompose waste completely, leaving 20-30％ as residue, which must be flushed with water followed by a drainage process, which makes it difficult to scale the product up.
They also can’t process oil and urine. Our product has none of those problems. It produces little noise, vibration and order. It leaves almost no residue (99% decomposition) and is easy to scale up.
- Since we don’t have to burn the garbage, no dioxin is produced, and CO2 emission is reduced by 92.15％.
- Since the microorganism system can decompose and eliminate more than 99％ of the material, there is
1. No residue disposal,
2. No waste for the landfill,
3. No drainage required.
- One unit of this product can process 1000 kg of waste per day.
- Environmentally friendly.
- By maintaining KID system once a year and charging IWAO bacteria once a week, it is possible to keep using KID system safely.
Product name: KID system
Units manufactured and sold: 7
It is state of the art technology in Japan. These are new technologies have been adopted by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and Tsukiji market.
Information on patent related to this technology
To protect the secrecy of this technology, we have not obtained a patent.
|Name||NIHONHAKKO Co., Ltd.|
|Address||1-10-29, Nagatsu, Nakama city, Fukuoka, 809-0036, Japan|
|Capital||33,050,000 JPY (as of 18 May, 2018)|
|Contact person||Representative Director and President: Junichiro Tsuneishi
Mobile phone: +81-90-5972-9254
Scientist: Ken Iijima
Mobile phone: +81-80-6678-5516
|Number of employees||3 (as of 18 May, 2018)|
|Date of company foundation||December, 2016|
|The type of business||Manufacture and sale of garbage disposal machines
Manufacture and sale of manure decomposition machines
Sales of microorganisms
Manufacture and sale of environmental improvement systems
Modality of business transaction
Initially we will export completed products, but eventually would like to have our local partners trained to be able to assemble and maintain whole systems on their own.
Export of product
We would like to sell the products directly from Japan without placing staff on site, but in the future we are planning to establish a sales office affiliate on site overseas.
Licensing of patent
If there is a technician in the field, we will license the patent (licensing), in order for the products to be made locally.
Schematic illustration of the technology
You can see the movie from the following website.
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- Prevention & destruction of pollution : Ozone-depletion substances (ODS) / Air pollution / Sewage / Soil and underground water / Urban and living environment