Sparta Manufacturing | Sparta Supplies Industry-Leading Compost Consortium
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Sparta Supplies Industry-Leading Compost Consortium

AIM Environmental Compost Processing

Compost Facility – Main Entrance


Sparta Manufacturing is proud to announce its involvement in the state-of-the-art design-build-own-operate 60,000 tons per year compost processing facility for the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM), which will be operated by AIM Environmental Group, an affiliate company of Maple Reinders and Harbors City Renewables (HCR).


The new organics processing facility will incorporate the latest processes for the advanced, aerobic treatment of organic waste (a combination of food waste and commercial organics) on the front end, and the efficient screening and production of high end finished Class A compost on the back end.


This highly experienced Canadian-based consortium, who designed, built, and operates similarly advanced composting facilities in Calgary, Hamilton, and Guelph, commissioned Sparta to manufacture its extensive galvanized conveying system and system-wide steel package, and to install its best-in-class compost processing system.


This state-of-the-art compost production plant integrates cutting edge shredding, a range of screening equipment, air separation, and vacuum technologies from a combination of industry leaders.


Sparta’s will play an integral role as a part of the design, construction, and installation of the compost refinement system together with AIM Environmental Group on this industry-leading significant milestone project for the progressive municipality of Halifax, demonstrating their strong commitment to residents and the environment.


AIM has recently been tasked with the management of operations at the Ragged Lake (Halifax) Composting Facility, by the Halifax Regional Municipality. Producing compost since 1999, the Ragged Lake facility processes approximately 50% of source-separated organics collected by the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM). AIM Environmental provides the opportunity for the HRM to ensure operability of the Ragged Lake facility until such time that they can explore and review a range of processing options for the next generation of organics management.


Learn more at AIM Environmental Group – Halifax Ragged Lake Compost Facility.