Bokashi & Composting

Recycling organics is the habit of champions thanks to its methane reducing, carbon sequestering, topsoil enriching benefits. Everyone can do it, even in the city.

Compost and the city

Many of us grew up composting and fell out of the habit when we left home, thinking we needed yard space to so it. The good news is that composting can be done in a variety of ways, including, but not limited to, traditional outdoor heap stye, worm farms, Khamba and bokashi.

I live in a small apartment in Sydney, so I collect my organic waste using the bokashi method. It’s ultra convenient, takes a wide variety of food and organic scraps and when done properly, doesn’t smell. If I can do it, anyone can do it. I also now have a worm farm, and I’ve written a few posts on how that’s going.

Here is a collection of my bokashi & composting posts: