Bokashi Composting System
I mentioned the Bokashi Composting System in a previous post. A Treehugger reader, Alexander, tells us of his experience with Bokashi:
I've been searching and searching the net for a way to compost within the confines of my small, urban apartment. Though it took forever, I found a system that is very easy and doesn't smell at all. It's based on 'effective microorganisms' and yields a few really nice benefits. The runoff from the bucket can be used to do two things: fertilize your household plants when diluted, or keep your drains clear when used at full strength.The composting bin seen above is built to work with Bokashi, it's made of 70% recycled plastic, and sells for around $30-50. WholeFoods will soon be selling sawdust inoculated with Bokashi.