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Hamilton Central Composting Facility

AIM Environmental Group has been the sole operator of the Hamilton Central Composting Facility (CCF) since its inception in May of 2006. As the OMR (Operate/Maintain/Repair) provider, Aim worked exclusively with its European partners and Maple Reinders constructors to develop the process flow, facility layout, and provision of key pre and post-process systems for the facility.

One of the first of its kind in North America, the Hamilton Central Composting Facility was designed to process 60,000 tonnes per year of source-separated organics (SSO) producing over 10,000 tonnes of valuable category A compost through the use of large climate-controlled vessels.

AIM pioneered the innovative technology used in this facility, building on it for future designs and later implementing that proven success into the Guelph and Calgary facilities.

Hamilton Public Works
Aim Hamilton Central Composting Facility

Processing Design Capacity

Processing Design Capacity: 60,000 tonnes per year

Feedstock

Feedstock: Residential Source Separated Organics

Processing System

Processing System: In-vessel aerated static pile

location

Location: Hamilton, Ontario

Operational Since: May 2006

Operational Since: May 2006

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