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25L Bokashi Composter Bin


Food waste recycling to compost.

 Bokashi Recycling Bins are used to ferment & recycle a wide range of food scraps making old food products safe for composting. Add your kitchen scraps & sprinkle in a layer of Earth Probiotic Bokashi as you go. Once full, leave to ferment & then add to your compost heap, earthworm farm, & flower pots. Minimize your weekly waste & say goodbye to smelly bins with this Bokashi Recycling Bin for Food Waste!

 Divert 100% of food waste from landfill.

Add nutrients and beneficial microbes back into the soil.

Save 98% in Greenhouse Gas Emissions caused by food waste going to landfill.

No more smelly dustbins or maggots.

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SKU: GDR001-BKC Category:

Begin by sprinkling a scoop of Bokashi Bran on the straining tray.

Directions for use:

  1. Collect food waste in a covered container for up to 4 hours.
  2. Empty food waste into Bokashi bucket and, press down with a masher.
  3. Sprinkle a scoop of Bokashi Bran over each layer of food waste.
  4. Seal the bokashi bucket tightly after adding food waste and Bokashi Bran.
  5. When the bucket is full, keep it sealed out of direct sunlight for two weeks and tap off the tea.
  6. Process into compost with garden waste in a compost pile or bury in a trench.

A white fungi-looking growth may appear on the food waste.

Tap off Bokashi tea that collects in the bottom of the bucket.

Dilute tea 1:300 water with water and feed plants as a concentrated organic plant food.

Make a hole in a traditional compost heap of garden waste, including grass cuttings, leaf rakings, and dead plants.

Empty the bokashi-treated food waste into the bucket.

Cover with compost and garden waste. Turn the pile every 4 to 5 weeks,

Food waste will have decomposed within 7 – 10 weeks.

What Can Go In The Bucket?

  • Fresh fruit and vegetable scraps (incl. citrus peel and onion)
  • Leftover cooked food.
  • Cheese and dairy.
  • Egg and egg shells.
  • Cooked and uncooked meat and fish.
  • Bones.
  • Bread.
  • Coffee grinds, tea bags, and leaves.
  • Wilted flowers and anything organic.
  • Unprinted, white paper towel.

What Cannot Go In The Bucket?

  • Excessive amounts of liquids (drain as much liquid as possible before adding it to the bokashi bucket).
  • Excessive amounts of oil (oil in salad dressing is acceptable).
  • Food that is off or already smelling.

Why Is My Bin Smelling Offensive?

  • Insufficient Bokashi Bran was added.
  • Possibly the lid was not tightly sealed.
  • Food was smelly before going into the bucket
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