HOW TO DIY FOOD SCRAP GRINDER FOR FAST COMPOST – COMPOSTING METHODS & FOOD WASTE MANAGEMENT

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HOW TO DIY FOOD SCRAP GRINDER FOR FAST COMPOST – COMPOSTING METHODS & FOOD WASTE MANAGEMENT We show you how we are recycling food waste from our site, the food bank and our local urban farm stand. Using all the waste fruit and vegetable waste we can get our hands on to make fast compost. We try to take advantage of food spoilage by learning how to make compost out of large amounts of food waste that by any other means would be heading straight to the local garbage dump. Organic food waste recycling is allowing us to reinsert nutrients and minerals back into the soil to produce more healthy produce. Our aim is to waste nothing. Fruit and vegetables for everyone!!

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16 COMMENTS

  1. What I did is added a pipe under my kitchen sink with a twist cap on it. When I need it I will open the cap and put the bin under the sink, since I live in down town I do not have the luxury of having a second sink or workshop space.

  2. I've been composting for 30 years. I started just cutting things up with a machete and stirring it with a garden fork. Then I found and old meat grinder. It worked great, but it had such a small bowl that I had to cut up a lot of stuff. Then I found a large grinder by Lee valley. It works like a hot dam. A big bowl, less cutting and actual knives at the end. It will cut up cobs into small pieces. However, it does take some arm strength and it can be difficult to mount the grinder..I have made a system that dumbs it straight into a compost box. However, I've longed for a better system. I had Invisioned many a contraption from tree mulchers to car shredders (on a smaller scale). But, those things can be costly and time consuming to build. Then I seen this video today. I thought, what a brilliant idea. I went out to the re-store because I had remembered seeing a used garbage disposal there. At the time I seen it I thought, who would want that. It was still there. I bought it for $40. Sinks were on sale and I got one for $12. So now I am eager to build this and give it a spin. Thanks for the inspiration. You may have saved me a lot turmoil deciding on a better system.

  3. hello i do this for my engineering team project, however i cannot find the suitable shredder used. any solution to give to us?

  4. I have always wanted to do this because seeing banana, citrus peels and eggshells taking so long to break down, would drive me nuts! 👍

  5. Great video, but I felt a little pang at seeing those brown bananas go to the compost pile 🙁

  6. I would like know if it would be good to grind partially composted stuff (including branches and sticks that are soft) for use directly in the garden.

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