Sandton Convention Centre’s Green Revolution: Tackling Food Waste with the Bokashi Bran Bucket System
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by Bronwyn
8M ago
Sandton Convention Centre’s Green Revolution: Tackling Food Waste with the Bokashi Bran Bucket System The Sandton Convention Centre (“SCC”), located in Johannesburg, South Africa, has long been a symbol of excellence in hosting events, conferences, and exhibitions. It is also a symbol of environmental responsibility, thanks to, among other sustainability initiatives, its innovative approach to ..read more
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ATI’s Bokashi Bran Bucket System: A Sustainable Solution to Combat Food Waste
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by Bronwyn
9M ago
ATI’s Bokashi Bran Bucket System: A Sustainable Solution to Combat Food Waste In the ever-evolving landscape of sustainability, businesses are increasingly recognising the importance of responsible waste management. One such trailblazer in this realm is ATI (Artisan Training Institute), a forward-thinking company that has taken significant strides in reducing food waste from landfills. Central to ..read more
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From Hazard to Harmony: Understanding the Perils of Composting Untreated Meat, Dairy, and Cooked Food
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by Bokashi Bran
10M ago
Discover the perils of composting untreated cooked food, meat products, and dairy, and how authentic Bokashi Bran® can transform these risks into harmony, ensuring safe and effective composting ..read more
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Trees are a weapon in stormwater
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by Bokashi Bran
10M ago
Environment For Our Next Future Generation Versions have evolved over the years dented Making right farm the right time is utterly Being the most brilliantly educated Making right farm the right time is utterly Being the most brilliantly educated Echo farm is an organic farm out and where Nor is there anyone who loves or ..read more
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Bokashi Bran Food Waste Entrepreneur Training Programme
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by Bronwyn
1y ago
funded by Huhtamaki through WasteAid Circular Economy Network Programme, with sponsorship of entrepreneur training by Marriott International Gauteng – 23 June 2023 — Bokashi Bran, a leading organisation dedicated to promoting sustainable food waste management practices, is thrilled to announce the commencement of its first Bokashi Bran Food Waste Entrepreneur Training programme. The initiative aims ..read more
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Protea Hotels by Marriott Breakwater Lodge joins the Bokashi Bran “family” in the fight against commercial food waste going to landfill.
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by Bokashi Bran
1y ago
Protea Hotels by Marriott Breakwater Lodge joins the Bokashi Bran “family” in the fight against commercial food waste going to landfill. Protea Hotels by Marriott Cape Town Waterfront Breakwater Lodge has implemented the Bokashi Bran® Food Waste Management System. Diverting food waste from landfill has become an essential part of running a commercial kitchen in ..read more
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Trees are a weapon in stormwater
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by Bokashi Bran
1y ago
Environment For Our Next Future Generation Versions have evolved over the years dented Making right farm the right time is utterly Being the most brilliantly educated Making right farm the right time is utterly Being the most brilliantly educated Echo farm is an organic farm out and where Nor is there anyone who loves or ..read more
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Kitchen Gardening with Children
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by Bokashi Bran
1y ago
Kitchen gardening with children Including your children in the cultivation and preparation of homegrown food is not only a wonderful life skill to teach them but at the same time encourages them to care about the environment. Kitchen gardening with children can be a fun time to bond. It creates a platform for healthier eating ..read more
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What should my food waste look like in my Bokashi bucket?
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by Bokashi Bran
1y ago
What should my food waste look like in my Bokashi bucket? When food waste is treated with bokashi, it does not change its physical properties while in the bucket. Bokashi is a little like making pickles. The yeast and lactic acid bacteria in bokashi will begin the fermentation process. This stops food waste from rotting ..read more
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Compost and climate change
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by Bokashi Bran
1y ago
Food waste that ends up on a landfill site is the third-largest contributing factor to climate change. Converting food waste into compost is an essential part of combatting climate change. Compost added to soil has a significantly higher carbon content compared to soils that have not been composted. This carbon sequestration can save our planet ..read more
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