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Why You Should Be Using Compost Accelerator

13th March

Is there any need for a compost accelerator? Garden waste composting is nature’s way of dealing with organic waste. If in the right conditions with the right amount of brown and green waste, you should end up with rich-fertile compost.  This is a natural process and should just happen. Right?

Green Waste

Green waste does have indigenous bacteria which will break down the waste naturally.

However, it doesn’t come with instructions on how it should be treated. Therefore, it comes down to a lot of guess-work.

Compost accelerators use bacterial and fungi strains which are isolated and chosen for their ability to break down green waste.

Meaning, they create rapid growth of mesophilic microbes that feed on the green waste and generate heat. This heat creates thermophilic microbes which break down complex materials like cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin.

These high temperatures also kill plant pathogens that may be in the waste. By using a compost accelerator, you take out the guesswork and speed up the process!

Discover more about our product Compost Accelerator.
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If eating was an Olympic sport, Olly would hold the gold medal. He once fit 15 giant marshmallows in his mouth, consumes exactly 4,000 calories a day and even admits that 90% of his dreams involve food. At Envii, he specialises in all things e-commerce, spending time devising ways to improve sustainability and delivering exceptional service. All whilst eating, of course.

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