Hobby composters and large commercial entities alike can benefit from using gypsum as an additive in their composting process. Gypsum offers many benefits to compost.
Flocculation improves aerations by enabling air and chemicals to permeate.
Binding up nitrogen increases heat generation while reducing odors.
It provides valuable nutrients, like calcium and sulfur.
The GypStream offers many benefits to the traditional shred and screen process used by most composters. First and most importantly, the recovered gypsum is cleaner. Less than 1% paper by weight is left over in the gypsum, so you're not mixing large, unsightly pieces of paper in the compost. You're also getting separation and size reduction from a single piece of equipment where the infeed and discharge is entirely integrated.