Food Waste Loop
When food waste is landfilled, it decomposes without air, creating methane, one of the more potent greenhouse gases. Sending your food waste to be composted (or doing it yourself) closes the energy loop. Compost returns vital nutrients to the soil that grows your food, while doing a whole range of really amazing stuff such as making land more drought resistant and turning soils into a carbon sink mitigating climate change!
We do not need your food waste for our farm but want to help those in the city with no space to compost themselves. There is a lot of work involved from organising collection, cleaning your containers and purchasing the bran. That is why there is a charge for the service and why it is only available as a 4 week subscription.
1 x small bucket with a small amount of rice husk or coconut or newspaper
1 x small container of bokashi bran
Weekly collection of full buckets and replacement with a clean one.
1. The lid is not airtight - try to tighten or let Kokkoya know the container is not working
2. Not enough bran - add more bran
3. Too wet - add more dry material like newspaper, cardboard or dry coffee grounds.