The nobin price is a Great Award

by Stephan
(Radevormwald and Cape Town)

Hello,

I was thrilled when I came across your website as I have been an avid recycling enthusiast for years. I am convinced that your "Nobin price" will with time have a positive impact on the environment as it will raise the awareness of the increasing need to look after our planet.

My partner is an amazing lady that found ample ways to recycle nearly everything that was used in our household and I am sure she will respond to your Nobin prize challenge in the near future :-)!

But for now it is my turn.

I would like your readers to learn about "worm composting" a fantastic way to recycle nearly all organic waste materials that might be produced in households, industry and by pets and other animals.

The way it works is as simple as can be and the results are mind boggling. Compost worms (a special kind of earthworm) are kept in worm farms that can be kept in a garage, store room or somewhere outside in the garden and are fed organic waste materials which consist mainly of kitchen- and pet waste. They will consume the waste and convert it into worm castings, an amazing natural plant food and soil conditioner. The process allows for up to 50% of household waste to be recycled and takes pressure of landfill sites.

For more information about worm composting you are welcome to contact me at worm_composting_help.com.

I am sure your greenidiom.com website will be a great success and wish you all the best.

Kind regards and blessings

Stephan Kloppert
Author of "How to start a profitable worm business on a shoestring budget"

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