• Agricultural Waste Management

    Agriculture is the largest contributor of any resource sector, to the economy. It is also a large generator of waste materials. The first goal of ADT’S waste management system is to maximize the economic benefit from the waste resource and maintain acceptable environmental standards. Manure is an important component of farm waste in a livestock operation which includes waste forage, dead stock, silage effluent and milk house waste. In horticultural operations, culls, diseased product, wash line sediment and processing plant wastes are common by-products. Soils are used sites for the treatment and disposal of organic waste and wastewater. The Selection of soils with properties that favor waste management can help to prevent environmental damage. Waste management systems is not only to dispose off and treat organic waste or wastewater but also beneficial to crops (application of manure and food-processing waste, application of sewage sludge, and disposal of wastewater by irrigation).

  • Air Quality Management

    Air quality management refers to all the activities, a regulatory authority undertakes to help, protect human health and the environment from the harmful effects of air pollution. The process of managing air quality can be illustrated as a cycle of inter-related elements. A government institution establishes goals related to air quality. An example is an acceptable level of a pollutant in the air that will protect public health, including people who are more vulnerable to the effects of air pollution. In developing control strategies, air quality managers consider how pollution prevention and emission control techniques can be applied to achieve the reductions needed to achieve the goals. We have successfully achieved the air quality goals, to implement programs for pollution control strategies. Regulations or incentive programmes that minimised emissions.

  • Solar Energy Management

    We believe in: “Reduce your energy bills, not your curb appeal” "Going ‪solar is one of the best decisions I think anyone can make. It pays for itself, helps us improve the quality of air we breathe, and increases the value of your home. It's no wonder everyone that I know that went solar is pleased they did. What's not to love about it?"