The world is changing and so are living conditions.
More and more people live in the city. Without a garden, without the possibility of composting.
And that's why we rethought something old.
Instead of being against cities, we have chosen to let cities, and by that we mean every apartment, flourish. A compost is not a substitute for an organic waste bin (we'll get to that in a moment), as other manufacturers promise, but a natural recycler that allows the soil and plants to grow healthily. And we need that in the cities in particular.
So what exactly is the difference between a bio-waste bin and a compost bin.
The bio bin is an industrial process that costs a lot of energy, but can process everything organic and does not ask for it. Talking to the organic waste bin sounds something like this:
Compost, on the other hand, is a purely natural process, without any additional energy.The goal is the highest quality nutrients found in nature and, above all, living bacteria. And that's why composition matters. And the great thing is, a lot of what we have at home is compostable and a worm box in particular does more than you think and you can use everything for yourself.
Someone:100 banana peels?
Someone:2 chicken and the moldy cheese from the fridge?
Ton:Please, please put it in.
Someone:The plastic bag that contains organic waste?
Ton:Well, I don't check you.
Someone:What do you make of all this?
Ton:Plenty of biogas and a bit of slag that can be used on the fields.
Someone:And what's the benefit for me?
Ton:Do you fill up with biogas?
Ton:Then not really anything :)
And therefore concentrated we refer to:
Developing the best compost for city dwellers that turns plant fertilization into an experience. This is how we lay the foundation for truly thriving cities.
Now let's get to our patent :)
(A little joke, of course we don't have any. It's just too expensive and we want to do better things with our sales than paying lawyers. Let someone copy that, we feel honored.)
The experience window
We can be much smaller than other systems with the same performance.
Makes it possible to remove the really good humus from the very bottom.
We do not destroy compost structures that need to be rebuilt.
We don't come into contact with the worms
We can continuously remove and fill fertilizer.
Aaaand we can watch, marvel and learn from everything!
And Janto now shows you how to do it!
1. Grab a spoon
Smaller amounts of hummus or compost coffee are always sufficient.
2. Slice up a bit
Remove the magnetic door and then leave it briefly in the light. Then the worms crawl backwards and you have free travel.
3. A moment to celebrate
And don't worry, the hole that has now been created in front will be filled again by the movement of the worms. We work with nature!
4. Off to the watering can with it
You can mix a heaping teaspoon with 1-3 liters of water. Depending on how often you feed your plants. A small charge is best every 2-3 weeks. The difference is big.
5. Every plant loves it
Hummus is 100% natural and can be found all over the world. The most important thing is not even the nutrients, because they are of no use to a plant if it cannot absorb them. And that's why we need bacteria. They do exactly that.
The experience window
An innovation by city dwellers, for city dwellers
We hope we were able to show why a worm box cannot be a substitute for an organic waste bin, but why it is still a very great solution to make leftovers usable for you and your plants in the most ecological way. We are also city dwellers and love the city, but we also love nature and want to help that both can be combined.