A-INTEC (CEO Lee Dong Eun)'s Food Waste Treatment System for business use, 'Any-Q' have participated in 'The 39th International Exhibition on Environmental Technology & Green Energy (ENVEX 2017)' held in COEX from June 7th (Wed) to 9th (Fri) and introduced an Intensive High Technology Food Waste Treatment System, which have considered the users convenience, and that has a crushing, compression and dehydration style.
The food waste treatment for the common restaurant's and institutional foodservice restaurants are in serious situation and it has been a social issue for a long time. There has been a various method in food waste treatment, but to treat the great quantity of food waste in a short time by installing in the kitchen or in the narrow space restaurants, it can be said that Any-Q is perfect solution for it.
There are limitations in the restaurants in a drying method or the microbiological method due to the long processing time in the narrow kitchen space, so the adequate places contact is essential according to the method of the food waste treatment system.
A-INTEC was founded in 2002, which started as cable tray manufacturing company, and currently it is a technology oriented small-mighty company that possesses 42 relevant patents. In particular, they have started to develop a food waste disposer (reduction device) from 7 years ago, and have registered or applied for relevant 15 patents and 5 designs, moreover A-INTEC has secured technology in food waste and green recycling area. Furthermore, it has acquired Green Technology Products Certification, Electrical Safety Certification, which is a compulsory certification item of a food waste processor, also acquired Electromagnetic Waves Safety Certification and CE Certification that is necessary for entry into European Market.
Meanwhile, 'ENVEX 2017', together with small and medium environmental companies which will lead the creative economy, is the Korea's largest environmental industry technology and energy trading exhibition. This exhibition, organized by the Korea Environmental Preservation Association and co-hosted by Korea Industrial Technology Institute, the Korea Environment Corporation, SUDOKWON Landfill Site Management Corp., and the Korea Environmental Preservation Association, is expected to be 'Place to maximize publicity and marketing opportunity' to become a leading company in green growth such as green technology and renewable energy.
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