Composting

Home Composting

We can help you to produce your own fertilizer.

Have you ever considered producing your own fertilizer and using it in your garden or kitchen garden?

In our area of operation, we encourage the prevention of food waste which has to be collected and treated centrally, reducing the process environmental impact and improving the quality of life of the population.

Through composting, microorganisms transform food and garden waste into natural fertilizer, a compound which is great for your plants. In addition, local treatment of the biowaste produced in homes and institutions is encouraged, involving citizens in tackling problems.


Composting is a biological process in which microorganisms transform organic matter, such as food preparation waste and garden cuttings, into a compost that can be used as an organic fertilizer in soil.

The process is very simple and can be done in your own home. You just need a natural space such as a garden or vegetable patch. You can buy a composter in a Garden Store or even build your own.

Try it out!

Vermicomposting

 

You can also use vermicomposting to make your own compost. Vermicomposting is a method that uses worms, specialized organisms, to decompose organic matter. Little equipment is needed, and you can transform kitchen waste (fruit and vegetable leftovers) into an excellent organic product.

This process takes up little space and the vermicomposter doesn't need to be in contact with the ground.

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