[Lab] urban composting

Darcy Whyte darcy at siteware.com
Thu Nov 25 10:37:42 EST 2010

I'm a little afraid of chemicals in paper. I understand once the compost is
ready, you can use that instead of paper.

Aside from adding the waste stuff, what other maintenance is there?

I was thinking of making it automatic. You put junk in one end and soil
shows up a the other end. Perhaps can grow some stuff in the soil.

On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 10:34 AM, Mike Ayukawa <mike.ayukawa at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi,
> I had a vermi-composter setup in my office at Nortel for a couple
> of years.  That was in 1995 and I can't recall where I got the red worms.
> Used a rubbermaid box or something like that.
> You need a good supply of newsprint to keep them happy and having
> access to a paper shredder makes it a lot less work.  No meat.
> You get a good surplus of worms that are great for fishing!
> /Mike
> On 11/25/2010 10:26 AM, Darcy Whyte wrote:
>> Anybody here ever try balcony composting? What about indoor?
>> Can balcony composting work in this climate?
>> --
>> Darcy Whyte
>> Darcy at Siteware.com
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