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Super Waste Processor

Kanyo in collaborating with Daimaru Seisakusho Co, Japan has brought in an innovative green technology for mixed waste.

What is Super Waste Processor?

Super Waste Processor(SWP) is organic waste decomposer. SWP is equipment which carries out the annihilation disposal of the garbage.

SWP have designed by considering a price, a fuel cost, the cost of equipment, and maintenance expenses at worst, and developing them compared with the processing machine of the existing garbage.

Although it seems that it is thought few that the throughput of a substance is considered compared with the incinerator of the other company, at few fuel costs and maintenance cost, without burning, it disappears and garbage is lost. Since decomposition processing temperature is around 350 degrees, there are almost no worries about dioxin.

If the total amounts, such as a maintenance cost, are considered as compared with the product of the other company, even if it installs the number according to the throughput of garbage, worthy enough product and our company have confidence.




Dehydration layer 30℃ to 40℃
Decomposition layer 40℃ to 200℃
Highest (in the core of ash) 200℃ to 350℃


Item Remarks
Magnetic force Special sealing prevents leakage of magnetic force outside the equipment.
Dioxin Lower than the Japanese regulatory standard.
Odor Little odor (emitted from the steam exhaust).
Auto lockout feature when no stock Available

Pollutants applicable under the Air Pollution Control Act of Japan

Applicable items Value Unit Criteria Measuring methods
Dioxin levels 2 ng‐TEQ‐m3 Below 5 Rapid analytical methods of dioxins
Soot Less than 0.01 g/m3N 0.25 JIS Z-8808 (Air pollution control act and construction regulations)
Sulfur oxides SOx Less than 0.001 m3N/h 0.08 JIS K-0103 (Air pollution control act and construction regulations )
Nitrogen oxides NOx Less than 10 cm3/m3N 250 JIS K-0104 (Air pollution control act and construction regulations)
Hydrogen chloride 0.9 mg/m3N 700 JIS K-0107 (Air pollution control act and construction regulations)

Mechanism of Decomposition

Air passing through the energy conversion device is converted to low temperature plasma. Organic materials are exposed to the plasma, dehydrated and decomposed to a trivial amount of ashes.

Organic materials are dehydrated by low temperature plasma.

Carbonization and low temperature pyrolysis by low temperature plasma.

Emission of CO2 and steam


Treatable materials

Fabrics, wood, paper, sawdust, petroleum-based materials such as plastic, vinyl, styrene foam, and rubber, kitchen waste, construction debris, agricultural residues, tatami (bed of straw), fish and animal waste, food factory residues and, animal excrement, etc.


Pretreatments: for efficiency and better results.


After the treatment

The input material is reduced to fine ash, the volume of which is 1/300 of the original volume.

Untreatable materials

INORGANIC MATERIALS SUCH AS: Metals, stone/rock, batteries, glass, ceramic, concrete, shells, bones, etc.


Inorganic materials remain not decomposed. They can be recovered from the outlet.


After the treatment

Inorganic materials remain intact to be removed and recovered after the treatment.