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Bokashi Life announces the launch of their company, promoting Bokashi composting, an indoor method converting food scraps to
Montana Food Bank saves money by turning food waste into compost for local gardens. Great Falls, MT (PRWEB) February 01, 2012 The Great Falls Community
Teraganix is honored with Green America's Business Seal of Approval, demonstrating their commitment to environmental sustainability and social justice. Alto, TX (PRWEB) January 27, 2011 TeraGanix is proud to announce that it has been awarded the Green America Business Seal of Approval.
The new, affordable Bokashi Food Waste Recycling System makes composting kitchen food scraps easier (and more pleasant) than ever. Alto, TX (PRWEB) December 13, 2010 TeraGanix, Inc., the exclusive US distributor for Dr Higaâ€™s original EMâ€¢1® microbial inoculant products, has announced the introduction of a new, affordable Bokashi Food Waste Recycling system.
SEATTLE, March 2 /PRNewswire/ -- To many, the idea of composting sounds like a positive environmental behavior, but according to Dr. Lawrence Green, M.D., Ph.D. and founder of Bokashicycle, it may be doing more harm than good.
By KATE HODAL Anyone who's ever tried to compost and ended up with nothing but soggy lettuce and banana skins, or a Bokashi bin that smells like Freddy Krueger's underwear, knows that being green isn't always easy.
A programme to encourage Nelsonians to compost their kitchen scraps and garden waste could be expanded, after the success of a campaign run by the Nelson City Council.
By Karen Troianello Q. I have been told that I can compost my kitchen scraps in a garbage can. Is this possible? A. Yes, a garbage can can be made into a compost bin. Punch holes in the bottom and the sides, as well as the lid. Place about four inches of fertile soil in the bottom of the can.
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