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“Get composting quick, easy and free with a cardboard compost bin!”
Cardboard bulk boxes are used by people dealing with bulk fruits and vegetables. They are made of extra thick cardboard, and are a perfect size for composting in. They can withstand weather, and eventually can be composted themselves.
- Instant compost bin
- Withstands weather
- Can be composted
Turn your turds into tomatoes, with a human waste composting operation!
Each time you flush your toilet, a huge amount of nutrients is lost, along with fresh drinking water, only to become pollution for precious natural waterways. You can avoid all of this by managing an effective human waste composting operation, and the end product is a rich and safe fertilizer for the plants in your garden.
- Creates fertilizer
- Saves nutrients
- Saves water
- Saves the world!
Eliminate bad smells from your kitchen scraps, and turn them into fertilizer, using Bokashi!
What is Bokashi?
Bokashi (also ‘EM Bokashi’) is a culture of micro-organisms (yeasts and bacteria) which ferment kitchen scraps, out-competing bacteria that would otherwise produce bad smells, and preserving the scraps until you’re ready to bury or compost them. Bokashi can handle animal products, and as a byproduct, Bokashi produces a liquid fertilizer called ‘Bokashi juice’ which can be used to inoculate your soil with helpful microbes.
- Preserves scraps
- Handles animal products
- Eliminates bad smells
- Improves soil