Company CEO, Micheal Leek, believes that the timing is absolutely perfect for a large scale rollout of this green equipment: "We are partnering with the EPA's waste-wise campaign to educate business owners and operators that food scraps can be diverted from the waste stream, saving money on trash hauling and reducing the deleterious effects of placing it in a landfill. A fractional less than 1% of the total number of all kitchens (restaurants, universities, hospitals, penitentiaries, cruise ships, you name it....) have considered this technology. It's a no-brainer: it pays for itself in a few short years, is likely a 100% tax write off and the compost it produces can be used or sold to a buyer. Additionally, it puts the facility in compliance with target waste diversion/reduction guidelines established by the EPA, Green Restaurant Association and some local ordinances. As time goes on, localities are restricting already tight landfill space and dumping fees are going up. Bio-degenerating food waste in landfills is especially harmful to the environment because it creates methane gas, which is exponentially ore harmful than CO2. This is all about getting ahead of the curve"
Eco Systems believes that any and all facilities can afford to own a waste-to-compost machine. The ROI is fantastic and will be matched by a financing plan if the owner chooses to lease. The lease payments are typically made 100% with money that previously went to the trash hauler. Of course, for every day after a machine is paid for, it will create an environmentally enhanced product and generate consistent profit for the owner.
The company currently maintains offices throughout the United States including New York, Georgia, California, Texas, Florida, and Kentucky. Plans for the second quarter reflect the opening of offices in India. Mr. Leek went on to say, " We are very excited about our product line. It is not very often that a company has the opportunity to make a contribution to society; help the environment;