AIM has recently been tasked with the management of operations at the Ragged Lake (Halifax) Composting Facility, by the Halifax Regional Municipality. Producing compost since 1999, the Ragged Lake facility processes approximately 50% of source-separated organics collected by the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM). AIM Environmental provides the opportunity for the HRM to ensure operability of the Ragged Lake facility until such time that they can explore and review a range of processing options for the next generation of organics management.
Processing Design Capacity: 25,000 tonnes per year
Feedstock: Residential Source Separated Organics
Processing System: Portable Static Pile Vessels with Aerated Curing
Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia
Operational Since: 1999
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