Recycling high volumes of organic waste requires a reliable, tightly-controlled technology supported by a facility designed to deliver what modern, industrial composting demands — a high-rate process. McGill’s design innovations — from physical plant to process to work flow — reflect best practices developed over decades by experts working at all levels throughout our plants and corporate offices, as well as vendors and customers.
Our composting facility designs are fully customizable to fit the project’s requirements with footprints, environmental control, and other features tailored to your bio-wastes and volumes.
Our basic composting module is, essentially, a reinforced concrete building with coated steel and translucent-panel roofing. There are three main work zones: intake and blending, primary processing and curing, and screening.