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Since April 2010, Richmond does Green Can pickup for:  

  • fruit and vegetable scraps, coffee grounds, table scraps, meat and bones, pizza delivery boxes and paper towels and much more along with yard and trimmings,
  • using Green Cans collected on the same days as garbage and recycling
  • The facility to process it is in East Richmond:  https://www.ecowaste.com/

Does Fraser Soil and Fiber  (also in East Richmond) use a bokashi-like system?

  • Q: What kinds of food can be composted at Fraser Richmond Soil & Fibre?
  • A: All food scraps, including vegetables, fruit, meat, seafood, bread/baked goods, grains, dairy, eggs, coffee grounds and filters, plate scrapings can be composted. Wood produce crates and floral waste can also be included.
  • first commercial-scale high solids anaerobic digestion (HSAD) facility in Canada... aka dry fermentation
  • FRSF is the largest compost manufacturer in British Columbia and operates the largest certified composting facility in North America
  • Organic waste management specialist Harvest Power has acquired Fraser Richmond Soil and Fibre (Fraser Richmond) from the Augustine family



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Armstrong did an experiment with using Bokashi to ferment and compost 1500kg of food waste from a regional fair ... and made a movie about it: https://www.vernonmorningstar.com/lifestyles/118611819.html

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