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The Doggie Dooley

Posted on Wednesday, October 17th, 2018 by

https://www.the-compost-gardener.com/doggie-dooley.html The Doggie Dooley Cleaning Up Dog Doo for 40 Years Doggie Dooley pet waste disposal systems were first manufactured in 1968. For over 40 years they’ve provided people with an excellent way to handle their dog’s poop. There are two main types of doggy dooley, the leach bed system and the septic tank system. […]

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Berkeley Lab and Department of Energy

Posted on Thursday, February 18th, 2016 by

Both the Berkeley Lab and the Department of Energy are committed to bringing science solutions to the reduction of atmospheric CO2 and sequestration of carbon.  My lab (Andersen) is involved in examining the often-overlooked interplay between microbes that can increase the efficiency of the composting process and provide sustainable conditions for favorable plant growth.  We […]

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Please get in touch with us for your Composting needs

Posted on Thursday, December 31st, 2015 by

With the ever-increasing population and consumerism, waste is mounting at exponential rates. The huge quantity of waste that is generated and then dumped, leads to both environmental and health hazards. Current garbage generation in India is 0.2 to 0.6 kilograms of waste per head per day, and it is estimated that by 2025 this will […]

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Products, Services & Technology for carbon-smart biological farmers; Terra Char

Posted on Wednesday, December 30th, 2015 by

Looking for a Green Revolution in technology, methods and materials to revamp your farm or garden soil? ‘Terra Char is committed to transform agriculture by guiding farmers to adopt modern biological, carbon-smart methods of soil regeneration, fertility management, carbon sequestration, and healthy food production. What is best for soil is best for Midwest farms. Terra Char […]

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Compostable Containers; reducing the volume of plastic in our waste streams

Posted on Monday, December 21st, 2015 by

With the levels of plastic in our waste streams rising every year, it is essential to explore ways to reduce and redirect the amount of plastic waste we are funneling into landfills.”Thirty-one million tons of plastic arrive at municipal solid waste facilities in the US each year, and only about 8% of that plastic is […]

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DIY Compost, Recycle, & Landfill signs

Posted on Saturday, November 28th, 2015 by

Click here for sign maker access Need to design your own custom compost/ recycle/ landfill posters? The SF environment website has a place to help you make different recycling systems easier by allowing you to customize each poster based on your availability of materials. Educating others on how to sort waste is an easy way […]

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Find Your Nearest Worm Supplier

Posted on Saturday, November 28th, 2015 by

If you’re embracing the zero waste urban lifestyle, we bet you know where the closest local & sustainable coffee shop is to your urban home. But zero waste doesn’t only apply to compostable coffee cups; you should also know where your local worm supplier is too! Check out the link below to locate your closest worm […]

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Composting Must-Knows for City Dwellers

Posted on Saturday, November 28th, 2015 by

Just because you find yourself in a city without room for a cute backyard garden, doesn’t mean you can’t be a compost participant! Check out this blog post from Grist, where you can find tips on how to compost through use of tumblers, worm bins, and where to find municipal composting programs where you live. […]

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Live in SF? Get a free kitchen compost pail!

Posted on Saturday, November 28th, 2015 by

Free Compost Pail here 😛 After moving to San Francisco from Berkeley, the first thing I did the next morning was grab the French press to brew some much needed coffee to tackle the perilous day of unpacking I had ahead of me. Unfortunately, when I went to compost my coffee grounds, I found I had […]

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Skeptical of the septic system? Check out Clivus Multrum composting toilets!

Posted on Monday, November 23rd, 2015 by

Composting toilets. Now here’s an idea that may have once caused even the most Berekely of us to turn up our noses. Yet some companies, such as Clivus Multrum, have accepted that daunting challenge of breaking down human waste, and have introduced products, methods, and educational presentations that make decomposing toilet waste look downright doable! […]

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