World Waste Systems (formerly called MicroLife USA, Inc.) was created in response to the global need to process waste materials quickly and inexpensively to achieve recycling rates as high as 95%. Our technologies are lab tested and field proven and employed in various combinations to support and foster sustainable development.
World Waste Systems technology is proven, proprietary, and fills the need for a low cost, integrated, recycling alternative to landfills and incinerators. World Waste Systems custom designs waste processing systems tailor made to meet the challenges of the local areas demand. Through separation and composting we are able to achieve recycling and diversion rates as high as 95%, while operating at a fraction of the expense of our competitors.
We are unique because we employ a highly efficient, low tech, sorting system coupled with a high throughput compost system that produces a nutrient rich end product without creating offensive odors. Our composting technologies include Static Pile, Vermiculture, Phytoremdediation and Containerized Systems. The WWS compost process "converts" organic material in record time without the odor associated with traditional composting or the labor intensive turning of material. The WWS process results in greater volume yield and saves time and money because it requires less labor, equipment, and space. We make various building components, fossil fuel products and home products from the materials we collect that enable people to live cleaner and safer lives at less expense. There are no known negative impacts from the process or products.
Our company offers a virtually unlimited list of capabilities because of our vast corporate networking. Within our alliance are companies of all types and sizes. When it comes to our business, we offer all our customers a powerful resource and a recipe for success. Listed below is a comprehensive list of services we offer our clients.
Solid Waste Recycling Facility Development
Processing System Design and Integration
Material Handling & Safety
Recycling Program Study, Design & Implementation
Composting & Vermiculture Systems
Olympic Games News Coverage
Letters of Recommendation
Brian C. Donnelly Biography
Brian C. Donnelly, was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1955. Mr. Donnelly has served as MICROLIFE USA, Inc., World Waste Systems, LLC and Sun State Organics, LLC, President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Directors since MICROLIFE's founding in April 1994. He provides a major strength in the leadership team and has been involved with the establishment, development, operations, sales and administration of the company. Mr. Donnelly has 36 years of corporate management experience and has a background in city planning, real estate law, architectural engineering, real estate development, computer sciences, and systems design and integration.
Mr. Donnelly studied to be an Architectural Engineer at Franklin Institute of Technology in Boston, Massachusetts and North Carolina State School of Design in Raleigh, North Carolina. Between 1977 and 1979, Mr. Donnelly managed the Worcester Division of John Donnelly & Sons outdoor advertising company. Within 6 months of Mr. Donnelly's arrival the company made its profit sharing goals for the first time in 35 years. The company was subsequently sold to Ackerly Communications. Mr. Donnelly has owned and operated several businesses between 1980 and 1993 including a retail furniture store, a high performance aircraft leasing business, a sports management consulting company, a music company, and an international high technology consulting company. Mr. Donnelly has traveled extensively all around the world through his business career and personal vacations.
Mr. Donnelly has served town, county and state Boards during his terms as an elected official in Massachusetts. Between 1986 and 1992, 22 by-laws were adopted, new subdivision rules and regulations were written, and a comprehensive Master Plan was performed. Mr. Donnelly become aware of the challenges and opportunities in the waste management industry during his public life and started Micro Life USA, Inc. to provide an affordable disposal option to landfill and incineration.
Mr. Donnelly is responsible for overseeing the long-range planning, sales and marketing, regulatory compliance and day-to-day activities of MicroLife USA, Inc./World Waste Systems/Sun State Organics, LLC. During Mr. Donnelly's term the MicroLife Processing System was developed, the company produced more Minnesota Class I compost than all other composting companies combined, the company was awarded a one million dollar construction project, the company signed a 4 year operations agreement with the East Central Solid Waste Facility in Mora, Minnesota and the company helped pioneer the largest and most successful recycling program in the history - the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Micro Life Processing System has earned the support of the Environmental Protection Agency, The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, the Office of Environmental Assistance, The Department of Natural Resources, The Department of Agriculture, and numerous other environmental organizations. The Micro Life story has also been covered in virtually all communications media including local, national, and internal broadcasts, newspapers and magazines.
Sun State Organics was created to fill the market need for systems that convert waste organics into energy, fertilizer and food. The SSO system can grow 14 times more food per square foot using 90% less water, energy and labor. The system works organically, hydroponically or aquaponically. The SSO system has been widely covered in the media and has been endorsed by major educational institutions.
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