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Crain’s NY Business Section Trash talk: Composting catches on in NYC

Ms. Cornwell composts in her apartment using a Japanese method called bokashi. She pays $40 a month to a small company called Vokashi, which provides a five-gallon container and a mixture of bran and microbes. The mixture breaks down the food by fermenting it, so there is little smell. The company replaces the container each month.

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Vokashi currently serves New York City and New York's Westchester County. For questions feel free to contact us via this form, email, by phone or post and we'll be happy to reply to your inquiry!

Address: 380 Classon Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11238

Phone: 718-623-2515

Cell: 718-623-1911

Business Hours: 8am-5pm M-F
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What To Include In My Compost Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Eggs and Eggshells Coffee grinds and teabags Cheese Biodegradeable molded paper products Cooked and uncooked meats and fish Shredded Soiled Non-Recyclable Cardboard Prepared foods and leftovers Dry leaves and wilted flowers
What NOT to Include In My Compost No Plastic or wax Coated, Metal Component, Takeout Food Containers wax papers and plastic wraps Little Plastic Fruit and Vegetable Sticker Labels Coffee and Beverage Lids, Cups, Straws, Stirrers, Coffee and Creamer Cups No Styrofoam Of Any Kind No Rubber Bands No Twist Ties or Clips No Bubble Wrap or Plastic Packing Materials and Packaging No Bones and other Large Objects