Learn more about our 24 hour composting machine! Oklin’s GG02 composter can compost up to 4kg (8lbs) of food waste a day, ideal for residential kitchens or small-scale operations like offices or cafes. Similar to our commercial units, there is a reduction rate of 80-90%, and the machine will become full on a weekly basis … Continued
Okin International offers a line of large scale commercial food waste composting machines that can compost anywhere from 10-500 tons of food waste a year. These machines are installed in businesses where food waste is produced – restaurants, hotels, hospitals, prisons, factories, food processing facilities, schools and institutions, gas and oil camps, military bases etc. In China, Oklin is … Continued
Oklin offers a line of commercial composting machines that turn food waste into compost in 24 hours. It’s been installed in restaurants, hotels, schools, hospitals, universities, food processing centres and more. One of the questions we are often asked is whether or not Oklin’s composting machine can compost products that are certified compostable. The short answer … Continued
Oklin International is at IFAT 2018: Leading Trade Fair for Environmental Technologies from May 14 – May 18! Come visit us at Section B5 Booth #137 in the Recycling Equipment section to learn more about our composting machine and how you can help reduce food waste.
Oklin International supplies a line of commercial composting machines that can compost from 25kg of food waste a day, up to 1350kg of food waste a day. Apart from the line of commercial units, Oklin also offers a large scale composting machine set up for the Asia market. Our machines, when paired with a grinder, … Continued
Grand Hyatt in Melbourne has been awarded the ‘Hyatt Thrive Leadership Award for Excellence in Environmental Sustainability’, recognising the hotel’s commitment to environmental conservation through the implementation of Oklin’s food waste composter supplied by our Australian partner – Closed Loop. Grand Hyatt is the first five star hotel in Victoria to implement this sustainable recycling program. The … Continued
Gambling in Macau has been legal since the 1850s when the Portuguese government legalised the activity in the autonomous colony. Since then, Macau has become known worldwide as the “Gambling capital of the world” or “Monte Carlo of the Orient”. Gambling tourism is Macau’s biggest source of revenue, making up about 50% of the economy. With the entry of large foreign casinos from Las Vegas and Australia, … Continued
The H&M group has a strong history in sustainability, and their vision is to use their size and scale to lead the change towards circular and renewable fashion while being a fair and equal company. In 2013, H&M launched a worldwide garment collecting initiative to reduce the amount of textiles being sent to landfill. Since then, … Continued