Kitchen waste composting

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Kitchen waste composting

  1. 1. Bio-Cap wastemanagement Tackling the wasteproblem - efficiently
  2. 2. THE BIO CAP Drum Sealable lid Stool Nylon net Bag Tap
  3. 3. Kitchen Waste Treatment (Decentralized system) 1 2 1. Add all type of kitchen waste (except inorganic) 2. Chop into small 4 5 pieces 3. Homogeneous mix 4. Spray NatureVel -AG on the fresh waste daily. 6 5. Close the lid tight. 6. Drain out the Liquid Fertilizer daily. 7. Repeat the process till the Container is full - leave for 2 weeks.
  4. 4. Kitchen Waste Treatment (Decentralized system)1. Mix the fermented leachate with water (1 mug per bucket) and spray on plants.2. Bury the Bokashi™ in 8 inches of soil and grow plants on top after 15 days.3. Bury the waste away from the roots of growing plants.
  5. 5. Income Generation through Kitchen Waste Composting1. Generation of two excellent products –Bokashi™ and Liquid Fertilizer.2. Pass Bokashi through a meat mince machine.3. Then dry in the shade.4. It could be packaged in 1 Kg packs for sale.5. Different coloured Liquid Fertilizer with different waste.6. Should be sold within 1 week of manufacture.
  6. 6. Initiatives so far1. Some households carrying out Kitchen waste composting on their own with Bio-Cap.2. Indian Army has taken the initiative in many places. 14 Inf. Div., Dehradun. Military Training School, Bengal Engineer Group, 414 FD Ambulance AMC Centre & School, Training Battalion, Dehradun. Lucknow Roorkee. Command Hospital, 18 JAT Regiment, Dehradun 11 GR, Lucknow Pune.S.H.O Amritsar Cantt, Amritsar Command Hospital, Lucknow NSG, Gurgaon
  7. 7. Bokashi and Liquid Fertilizer spell magic in the gardens They all have ONE theme in common – conservation of environment, while reducing cost AND managing WASTE
  8. 8. PRESS RELEASE IN HINDUSTAN TIMES
  9. 9. The road ahead…1. A SYSTEM needs to be created within each unit to keep this simple yet powerful waste management system alive.2. Extend this to eco- sanitizing your toilets and drains as well – conservation of environment at reduced cost.3. Up scale the program to extend across India!!
  10. 10. Thank you

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