Earth Care Equipments Private Limited
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Established in the year 2010, we Earth Care Equipments Private Limited are one of the distinguished names engaged in manufacturing KWIK COMPOSTER. It  was formerly known as KWIK COMPOSTER. The firm was a Proprietary concern founded by Mr Ramesh Wagh in the year 2007. After 3 years of development, the constitution of the company changed to private limited company. The organization is attributed with certificate from Food Hygiene and Health lab.

The main aim of the organization is to design and develop ideas and equipments that takes care of the earth. The machine offered by us offers a complete solution to the organic waste disposal problem and is awaiting Patent.

The organization works under the visionary supervision of our Managing Director Mr. Ramesh Wagh and Mrs. Jyotsna Wagh. Mr. Ramesh Wagh has done his engineering from Govt. College Of Engineering, Pune. With more than 37 years of experience in engineering and industry, he has worked as President of Rotary Club of Nigdi. Mrs. Jyotsna Wagh looks after administration and finance. An able administrator, Mrs Wagh is also a Grand Master of Reiki.

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Company Profile

Basic Information
Nature of Business
Additional Business
  • Exporter
  • Supplier
Company CEO
Mrunal Patil
Key Customers
  • Infosys Technologies, Trivandrum
  • Adani Power Limited, Gondia
  • Lavasa city
Registered Address
No. 109, Soham, Vallabh Nagar, Telco Road Pimpri,Udyamnagar, Pune- 411 018, Maharashtra, India
Waste Composting Machine
Total Number of Employees
26 to 50 People
Year of Establishment
Legal Status of Firm
Limited Company (Ltd./Pvt.Ltd.)
Proprietor Name
Mr. Ramesh Wagh
Annual Turnover
Upto Rs. 50 Lakh
Top Export Countries
  • United States Of America
  • Botswana
  • Bangladesh
  • Kenya
  • Maldives
Location Type
Building Infrastructure
Size of Premises
2,600 square feet
Company USP
Primary Competitive Advantage
  • Experienced R & D Department
  • Good Financial Position & TQM
Quality Measures / Testing Facilities
Statutory Profile
Tan No.
    GST No.
    CIN No.
    Packaging/Payment and Shipment Details
    Customized Packaging
    Payment Mode
    • Cash
    • Cheque
    • DD

    Compost Chemistry

    Of the many elements required for microbial decomposition, carbon and nitrogen are the most important. Carbon provides both an energy source and and the basic building block making up about 50 percent of the mass of microbial cells. Nitrogen is a crucial component of the proteins, nucleic acids, amino acids, enzymes and co-enzymes necessary for cell growth and function.

    The ideal C/N ratio for composting is generally considered to be around 30:1, or 30 parts carbon for each part nitrogen by weight. Why 30:1 At lower ratios, nitrogen will be supplied in excess and will be lost as ammonia gas, causing undesirable odors. Higher ratios mean that there is not sufficient nitrogen for optimal growth of the microbial populations, so the compost will remain relatively cool and degradation will proceed at a slow rate.

    In general, materials that are green and moist tend to be high in nitrogen, and those that are brown and dry are high in carbon. High nitrogen materials include grass clippings, plant cuttings, and fruit and vegetable scraps. Brown or woody materials such as autumn leaves, wood chips, sawdust, and shredded paper are high in carbon. You can calculate the C/N ratio of your compost mixture, or you can estimate optimal conditions simply by using a combination of materials that are high in carbon and others that are high in nitrogen.

    As composting proceeds, the C/N ratio gradually decreases from 30:1 to 10-15:1 for the finished product. This occurs because each time that organic compounds are consumed by microorganisms, two-thirds of the carbon is given off as carbon dioxide. The remaining third is incorporated along with nitrogen into microbial cells, then later released for further use once those cells die. Although attaining a C/N ratio of roughly 30:1 is a useful goal in planning composting operations, this ratio may need to be adjusted according to the bio availability of the materials in question. Most of the nitrogen in compostable materials is readily available. Some of the carbon, however, may be bound up in compounds that are highly resistant to biological degradation. Newspaper, for example, is slower than other types of paper to break down because it is made up of cellulose fibers sheathed in lignin, a highly resistant compound found in wood.

    Corn stalks and straw are similarly slow to break down because they are made up of a resistant form of cellulose. Although all of these materials can still be composted, their relatively slow rates of decomposition mean that not all of their carbon will be readily available to microorganisms, so a higher initial C/N ratio can be planned. Particle size also is a relevant consideration; although the same amount of carbon is contained in comparable masses of wood chips and sawdust, the larger surface area in the sawdust makes its carbon more readily available for microbial use.

    Composting with

    Machine Operation: Operation of the machine is very simple. Deposit food waste consisting of least possible non organic waste etc. along with saw dust at inlet of the machine.


    • Mixing, Composting, Curing, and Moisture maintenance will be automatically done in the machine.
    • Compost along with non degradable materials will be automatically collected in the bag attached to the rear end of the machine.


    Segregate the non degradable materials and use the sweet smelling compost Keep Non degradable materials to minimum. Avoid large pieces of food waste. Keep size of the food waste to around < 4”.

    Food Hygiene and Health Lab

    Food Hygiene and Health Lab
    Food Hygiene and Health Lab

    Quality Assurance

    We firmly believe that it is our duty to make sure that all our products become an epitome of quality. All the quality measures are strictly implemented in order to ensure that the machine manufactured by us meet the high international standards. We always make sure that raw material procured from vendors across the nation are of high quality. Whole production process is subjected to quality tests, and each and every test is conducted under the close supervision of our professionals. Our quality team is fully dedicated to provide our clients with best possible products.

    Our Team

    The success and achievements of the organization is accredited to its team of skilled employees who are experts in their respective fields. A set of dedicated squad helps us with operating advanced machinery with minimal wastage of raw material and power, so that we can come up with best end result. With the help of extremely talented and qualified workforce who are well versed with field of work, we have been able to offer our range within a stipulated time frame. The key professionals of the organization are:


    • Quality Controllers
    • Machine Operators
    • Research and Development Personnel
    • Skilled and Semi Skilled Workers
    • Sales and Marketing Agents


    Our professionals have been in this arena for a long time and work in close coordination with the clients in order to understand the needs of the market. Further, they are provided with random training sessions. These sessions help them in executing bulk as well as small orders within a stipulated time frame.

    Why Kwik Composter?

    KWIK COMPOSTER is a continuous composting machine. It is Electronically controlled Bio -Mechanical process. It has many advantages over Batch Type Organic Waste Convertors as listed below. There is no shredder provided in the machine. Hence inclusion of metals, plastics in the feed is allowed. There is no fear of damage to the moving parts due to foreign materials like spoons and forks or plastics.

    ParametersKWIK COMPOSTEROther Machines
    Process typeContinuous active compostingBatch type passive composting
    Machine typeClosed from all sides; free of pathogensRaw composting left open risk of pathogens
    Curing SystemIn Built in the Machine. The total space required is much lower than batch type machines.Additional Cost & Separate Space Required
    Manpower RequiredNegligible and unskilledVery High (Skilled manpower)
    Operating CostAlmost 50% of Batch Type ConvertorsHigh
    Repeat CycleWaste once deposited needs no further handlingNeeds to be handled again on 3rd & 7th day
    Heat preservationEnclosure preserves heatLoss of heat
    Odour filterAvailable as additional accessoriesNo
    Electronically controlledMonitors and controls the composting processNo
    Space requirementsAll processes happen in the same unitSeparate area for curing is required
    PathogensHigh Temperature Inside Kills PathogensWater Spray prevents temperature rise
    AmbiencePleasant. Food waste once deposited appears as sweet smelling compost on rear end of the machine.Nauseating. Slight mishandling makes place dirty and unbearable.

    Our Clientele

    Our Clientele
    Our Clients are:
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    Infosys Technologies Ltd.Indian Oil Corporation Limited, RajkotLarsen and Toubro, Vadodara
    LeMeridian New DelhiITC Grand Chola, ChennaiAdani Power Limited, Gondia
    Grand Hotels, Calangut, GoaAmbrosia Hotels, PuneThe Ashoka Hotel
    Pristine Properties, PuneDarode Jog Builders, PuneIshwar Parmar Group, Pune
    Fountainhead School, SuratDevi Construction Co. Pvt Ltd, PuneDNV Realty, Pune
    Envergy Projects LimitedSands Water Treatment Pvt Ltd., GujaratBeverly Realty Pvt Ltd., Pune
    Expat Engineering (I) Ltd.Koch Chemicals Group (I) LtdCloud9 Society, Pune
    Triade Constructions, KeralaKolte Patil Developers Pvt. Ltd, PuneNaiknavare Associates, Pune
    Pune Muncipal Corp (Demo)Dreams Group, PuneRKM Powergen Pvt Ltd, Chattisgarh
    Compact Hometel, BangaloreCJ International Hotels Ltd, New DelhiPride Builders, Pune (Baner)



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    Earth Care Equipments Private Limited
    Plot No X-8/2/2, General Block, MIDC, Bhosari
    Pune - 411026, Maharashtra, India
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