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Bokashicycle

Bokashicycle

7506 69th Ave SW, Lakewood (WA), 98498, United States

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(800) 714-2130

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MO 08:00 – 23:00 SA 08:00 – 23:00
TU 08:00 – 23:00 SU 08:00 – 23:00
WE 08:00 – 23:00
TH 08:00 – 23:00
FR 08:00 – 23:00
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Description Bokashicycle Mission - Produce without Polluting
Bokashicycle's mission is to educate, alert, and by customer support and participation make our planet a safer and better place. It is important to heal the planet in everyway possible as we go about our business. Understanding and committing to practices that are truly sustainable takes courage, involves change, requires forethought and action but gives in return treasures for the effort.
Keeping your food scraps out of the garbage can, keeping them out of landfills, out of the sewers, and putting them back into the soil after proper fermentation completes an important natural cycle. The BokashiCyclette makes it easy. The nutrients you could not consume return once again to the planet in a form your flowers, vegetables, and crops can readily assimilate. A sustainable and healthy planet is possible.
We produce a lot of waste. If we ferment our table scraps instead of dumping them we save
money (less trash to pay someone to haul away),
(less fuel required to haul and handle the waste), and perhaps most importantly
stop the tons of carbon dioxide, heat, and methane gas
that would have by composting or dumping in the landfill entered into the atmosphere.
Bokashicycle was founded by Dr. Lawrence Green in late 2008. There had to be a better way. The answer was obvious. Take away the oxygen. Let the microbes do the work.
"Bokashi" means in Japanese "fermented organic matter". We need to ferment our waste material, converting it to something useful without polluting.
Produce without pollution
That's it, a simple solution. Use anaerobic (lack of oxygen) methods to ferment food scraps taken from consumer's plates, kitchens, cafeterias, restaurants, jails, schools, hotels and anywhere else food scraps are discarded (trashed) and get them back into the ground. Food scraps kept out of the trash and out of garbage disposals and treated with a Bokashi culture mix are changed in a miraculous way. The fermenting food scraps are pickl
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