Composting is a natural biological process, carried out under controlled aerobic conditions (requires oxygen). In this process, various microorganisms, including bacteria and fungi, break down organic matter into simpler substances. The effectiveness of the composting process is dependent upon the environmental conditions present within the composting system i.e. oxygen, temperature, moisture, material disturbance, organic matter and the size and activity of microbial populations.

Composting is relatively simple to manage and can be carried out on a wide range of scales in almost any indoor or outdoor environment. It has the potential to manage most of the organic material in the waste stream including restaurant waste, leaves and yard wastes, farm waste, paper products, wood etc. and can be easily incorporated into any waste management plan.

Approximately 45 – 55% of the waste stream is organic matter, composting can play a significant role in diverting waste from landfills thereby conserving landfill space and reducing the production of leachate and methane gas. In addition, an effective composting program can produce a high quality soil amendment with a variety of end uses. Up to 90% of waste thrown out of businesses like Supermarkets & Restaurants is food scraps. Food scraps are the 3rd largest segment of the waste stream with nearly 26 million tons generated each year.

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Another form of organic material recycling.

Bokashi is a Japanese term meaning ‘fermented organic matter’. It is often referred to as a type of ‘composting’ but it is actually a anaerobic fermentation process, resulting in a much different end product than that produced via composting. Many people like bokashi because it is very easy, and generally odour-free. All that is needed is a bucket (with lid), some special bokashi mix, and of course some organic waste. Load the organic waste into the bucket, add some bokashi mix. When the bucket is full, it is sealed shut and set aside for ten to twelve days. Every other day during that time, the leachate that is an inevitable by-product of anaerobic composting needs to be drawn off. That’s the only care required. When the bucket is opened, the contents, though recognizable, are thoroughly pickled. At this stage, the “pre-compost” as known can be buried in a shallow spot in the garden.


Regenerate – a degreaser and multi-purpose cleaner that is environmentally friendly, bio-degradable, Non-toxic and non-flammable. It is a water based formula that converts all types of oils, hydrocarbons and grease into a water basis that can easily and safely be disposed of down any drainage system.


Consists of surfactants to separate the hydrocarbons to the surface, and purpose-made enzymes, which are built into the formula ensuring that the product will continue to work long after it has been disposed of, persistently eating away at the hydrocarbons in the drainage system thereby making it safer for the environment.

It cleans, but is not limited to, the following:

Large and small oil and grease stained areas/Industrial areas/ Offices
Heavy duty machinery Stainless steel /Leather/ Fabric/ Upholstery/ Windows and dishes
Tiles, floors/counters/ Walls (non PVA)
Bathrooms and kitchens/ Restaurants / Forecourts/ Vehicles/Varnished Wood
Clothes, and stains on clothes/Overalls/ Industrial laundry
Various other applications