ORGANIC WASTE
IS A RESOURCE

If you take care of your worms and create a favorable environment for them, they will work tirelessly to eat your “garbage” and produce compost. As time progresses, you will notice less and less bedding and more and more compost in your bin. After 3-5 months, when your bin is filled with compost (and very little bedding), it is time to harvest the bin. Harvesting means removing the finished compost from the bin. After several months, worms need to be separated from their castings which, at high concentrations, create an unhealthy environment for them.

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How Worms Can Reduce Our Waste

a funny and short video explaining this important topic

COMPOSTING AS SOLUTION

Worms love organic waste

Earthworms can eat up to half their body weight per day of organic matter. Kitchenscraps, waste from agriculture, restaurants and other industries can be digested.

and produce the world best fertilizer

Vermicompost contains a lot of important nutrients like phosphor, nitrogen,… which is needed in agriculture and home garden.

And everything organic 🙂

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