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Links 1 through 10 of 105 by Urban Wild tagged composting

The Bokashi bins technology allows normally uncompostable waste such as meat, dairy products and dog litter to decompose into garden fertiliser.

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I like the headline. News item about a shady IPO for a waterless composting toilet system in SA. If the investors aren't pulling a fast one, this is good thing.

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Great. More unintended consequences of waste reduction. Who said this? http://tinyurl.com/3y9tjd

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What are some ways that hotels who produce large volumes of food sraps minimize wastes?

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Featuring Biosa Bokashi indoor composting system [3rd item on page] - Shameless self-promotion

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May 7, 2007: We dug through a steaming pile of data to find searches on "compost" are up 160% over the last month.

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A company in Bangalore, India that has a system for composting household scraps with a series of earthenware containers stacked on top of each other and rotated on a regular basis. Open source composting

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An artistic PSA for a company in Bangalore, India that has a system for composting household scraps with a series of earthenware containers stacked on top of each other and rotated on a regular basis. See dailydump.org

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The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company, a $2.2 billion assets giant which has at least a 59% share of the relevant market, has sued tiny TerraCycle, Inc., an inner-city company founded by college students to create an eco-friendly business.

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