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Fermentation and humanure

Posted: June 28th, 2017 | Author: | Filed under: Uncategorized | No Comments »

We’ve learnt a lot over the past 6 months about using anaerobic composting, aka fermentation, aka bokashi, to process our waste. It’s a technique that’s equally applicable to composting kitchen waste, but at the moment we’ve been using it to deal with our shit, quite literally; we’ve come up with what seems a fairly novel approach to composting toilets, and it works remarkably well. We’re turning human shit into usable compost in 3 months; so here’s a youtube we made about this.


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