The Skaza Bokashi Organko 2 is a stand-out product for sustainable living. It is not only a practical and convenient method of organic waste disposal, but it is aesthetically appealing too! You’ll want to showcase it on the kitchen bench rather than hiding it away under the counter.
The Organko 2 bokashi bin is a proud winner of the prestigious Red-Dot Design Award, a credit to it’s outstanding design quality.
Skaza is a design and plastic manufacturing company based in Slovenia. Sustainability is at the core of their vision and mission; they are striving to set a new trend for the plastic industry. All of their Bokashi bins are manufactured using recycled plastics (their Bokashi Organko 2 Ocean is made from recycled fishing nets!).
Using a Bokashi bin is a fantastic and effective way to increase sustainability in your lifestyle. Fermenting your organic waste not only allows you to reduce the amount of waste going to landfill, but the Bokashi Organko 2 is made from recycled plastics. And, at the end of the fermentation process you get a completely natural and nutrient-rich compost fertiliser for your garden. A win for you, and for the environment!
The process of bokashi uses natural, beneficial microorganisms (sprinkled on as a bran or a liquid spray) to initiate the fermentation process instead of waiting for waste to decay. A key benefit is that as bokashi prevents waste from rotting, there are no unpleasant odours. Bokashi Organko 2 is designed with a “presser” that sits on top of the waste, performing the function of an airtight vacuum cover. This prevents airflow and subsequent smelly rotting. This means your Bokashi Organko 2 can be conveniently kept in the kitchen without risk of bad smells. Perfect for those who live in apartments, or those who do not have the space for a compost heap.
You can also dispose of a broader variety of organic waste in a Bokashi Organko than you could through traditional composting methods. Almost all organic waste can be put into a bokashi bin, even cooked and raw meat, cheese, and small bones! Just avoid liquids, larger bones, paper, and anything that has already started to rot or mold. Tip: Cutting any large pieces into smaller ones will make the fermentation process easier.
After the fermentation process is completed, organic waste retains essential nutrients that would normally disappear during decay - this creates a top-quality compost! An excellent liquid fertiliser is also created during the process, which can be easily removed from the Bokashi Organko 2 using the purpose built tap. This fermentation liquid can be used as a fertiliser for garden or pot plants (dilution ratio of 1:200), and can even be used undiluted as a natural drain and septic tank conditioner.
The Bokashi Organko 2 has a volume of 9.6 litres | Dimensions: 340 x 240 x 240 mm | Made in Europe
Bokashi bran or liquid spray needs to be purchased additionally.
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