This business of recycling and finding recycle solutions for all kinds of waste is an interesting problem, and I've decided to pay myself while I do research on a practical level. Below is my new recycling business.
I offer a domestic waste recycling service to local home owners and suggestions and trouble shooting online. Below is a draft of the flier I'm handing out at the moment. Feel free to make suggestions if you know this line of business, are an entrepreneur, homeowner, or passionate recycler. I'm testing the market at the moment, developing an angle that works for me, small scale, some extra pocket money.
Go green effortlessly: We
recycle for you
kitchen scraps, food, plastic, glass, paper, cardboard, old appliances, and suggest solutions for the rest
First month free
for a limited number of clients with normal domestic waste
Thereafter only R100 a month
Get the problem off your hands. We compost, sort and recycle your waste. We’re nearby in Goodwood and online at https://www.greenidiom.com, just a phone call away : 0727238047
Please let me know if you have any questions, comments or stories to share on gardening, permaculture, regenerative agriculture, food forests, natural gardening, do nothing gardening, observations about pests and diseases, foraging, dealing with and using weeds constructively, composting and going offgrid.
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Oct 21, 21 12:27 PM
Growing against extinction. Some of the many reasons why one should garden for wildlife all around the world using native food plants
Sep 03, 21 06:37 AM
can an established, large, wild plum tree Harpephyllum caffrum be pruned in order to try shape/reduce the width of its canopy? I have a huge wild plum
Aug 31, 21 12:08 PM
Caroline, thanks so much for the valuable information in your blog. I also try to garden in Cape Town in a garden that is battered by the Southeast in