Bokashi Composter Set to launch at Glee 2021

New interior composter for consumers to produce their own chemical-free nutrients

The official launch of the new Bokashi Composter will take place at Glee 2021, in just a few weeks time. This is an Interior container (composter) from the Plastia stable of home and garden products.  This processes organic waste which, with the help of fermentation bacteria, is converted into a fermented liquid and a fermented mixture.

Recycled material
Made from recycled materials, the elegant textile strap ensures easy carrying and for opening the container to discharge material.  The internal volume is 10.6 litres with a fermented liquid container volume of 250 ml. A 1kg package of fermentation bacteria is included.

What is Bokashi?
The term refers to the transformation of organic waste using the principle of fermentation that is carried out by adding a dry mixture of special Bokashi bacteria to the organic waste. Unlike classical composting, here the fermentation process takes place without air and relies on living organisms that activate upon contact with organic material. The output is not soil, as is the case for standard composting, but rather a fermented base with clearly distinguished  components of organic waste intended for further use.

Chemical-free nutrients
By processing organic waste, you can save on fertilizer while providing your plants with chemical-free nutrients. All you need to do is process waste instead of throwing it away. This helps return precious nutrients back to nature – nutrients that would otherwise end up in a dump or incinerator. Another benefit is the yearlong supply of material for the production of your own compost and fermented liquid for fertilizing indoor as well as outdoor plants.

'Urbalive by Plastia'
See the Bokashi Composter and more from the Plastia range of products at Glee 2021 on stand 8D71. This is a joint booth shared with their U.K. Distributor, Hydrogarden.

For more information:
HydroGarden Wholesale Supplies Ltd. 

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