StormFisher Biogas, headquartered in London, Ontario, recently opened a new Resource Recovery Centre in southwestern Ontario.  The new facility, located in the Village of Drumbo, receives and processes municipal source separated organics and packaged food waste.  The incoming material is processed and is then supplied to either StormFisher’s anaerobic digesters in London or is sent to third party digesters.

The facility also provides witnessed destruction through the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and certificates of destruction are available upon request.

The materials accepted at the new facility include municipal source separated organics (SSO), industrial, commercial and institutional (IC&I) waste, packaged food waste, liquid food waste, and solid food waste

The site is 4.29 hectares in area. The facility processes solid organic waste to produce products used in the agricultural industry. The facility receives up to 816 tonnes per day from an Ontario-wide service area. All waste is received, stored and processed indoors. The processing will include sorting, shredding, grinding and screening. The facility will process waste up to 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.