Commercial Feedstock Mixers

Systems ECS Staff 07/30/2021

The first step to great composting is to start with a weight-controlled mix. Helm Welding and ECS have worked together providing compost feedstock mixing systems for 20 years to serve this purpose. No one in the industry builds a tougher mixer than Helm.  ECS integrates the Helm mixers with smart controls, conveyors, hoppers, and motors to provide a complete solution. 

​We offer mixers in both horizontal and vertical format.

ECS horizontal mixer with discharge auger
ECS Horizontal Mixer with Discharge Auger
ECS vertical mixer with discharge auger
ECS Vertical mixer with Discharge Auger

ECS Compost Mixers

ECS recommends and provides the extremely durable Luck/Now horizontal and vertical mixers compost mixers manufactured by the Helm Welding Company. ECS is the exclusive representative for Luck/Now mixers for
composting applications in North America. ECS engineers have specified Helm Welding mixers for compost systems
since 1995 and incorporates them into compost facilities for all types of feedstocks including MSW, food waste, biosolids, manure and industrial wastes.

ECS engineers work with Helm Welding to integrate Luck/Now Mixers with other facility components such as in-feed and discharge conveyors, hydraulically operated features and customized fabrication for unique mixer mounting applications.
Luck/Now Mixers offer a variety of options to suit any process or diverse facility conditions such as: stationary or mobile models; two wheeled trailer (PTO Model) or four wheel cart, electric or IC powered, and, with capacities ranging from 200 to 900 cubic feet.

No.LocationFeedbackSize / Type / Install Date
1Lynden, WABiosolids & Yard Waste575 ft3 / 4 Auger, Stationary / 2012
2La Connor, WABiosolids & Yard Waste575 ft3 / 4 Auger, Stationary / 2012
3Okeechobee, FLFood & Yard Waste850 ft3 / 2 Vert. Auger, Stationary / 2011
4Apopka, FLFood & Yard Waste850 ft3 / 2 Vert. Auger, Stationary / 2011
5Livingston, MTBiosolids & Yard Waste425 ft3 / 4 Auger, Stationary / 2010
6Sedalia, MOBiosolids & Yard Waste525 ft3 / 4 Auger, Stationary / 2010
7Chemainus, BCBiosolids & Yard Waste475 ft3 / 4 Auger, Stationary / 2009
8Muskoka, OntarioFood & Yard Waste750 ft3 / 2 Vertical, Mobile / 2008
9Stanwood, WAFood & Yard Waste900 ft3 / 2 Vert. Auger, Stationary / 2007
10USN, Pax River, MDFood & Yard Waste300 ft3 / 1 Vert. Auger, Stationary / 2007
11Okotoks, AlbertaBiosolids & Yard Waste (2)475 ft3 / 4 Auger, Stationary / 2003&6
12Granby, COBiosolids & Yard Waste350 ft3 / 4 Auger, Mobile / 2006
13Mariposa, CAMunicipal Solid Waste550 ft3 / 1 Vert. Auger, Stationary / 2005
14Big Sky, MTBiosolids & Yard Waste350 ft3 / 4 Auger, Stationary / 2004
15Walla Walla, WAFood & Yard Waste475 ft3 / 4 Auger, Stationary / 2004
16W. Yellowstone, MTMunicipal Solid Waste350 ft3 / 4 Auger, Stationary / 2003
17Ocean Shores, WABiosolids & Yard Waste350 ft3 / 4 Auger, Stationary / 2000
18Gypsum, COBiosolids & Yard Waste350 ft3 / 4 Auger, Stationary / 2002
19Ottawa, OntarioFood & Yard Waste425 ft3 / 4 Auger, Stationary / 2002
20Comox, BCBiosolids & Yard Waste575 ft3 / 4 Auger, Stationary / 2002
21Omak, WABiosolids & Yard Waste350 ft3 / 4 Auger, Stationary / 2001
22Westport, WABiosolids & Yard Waste250 ft3 / 4 Auger, Stationary / 1997