Bokashicycle Industrial Pet Waste Disposal SystemItem#: HN-BKA027
- 55-gallon HDPE fermenter
- Includes anaerobic band clamps
- Also comes with safety pressure relief valves
- Each fermenter can handle about 300 pounds a week
- Measures 23L x 23W x 36H inches
Industrial Pet Waste System
- Aluminum ID tag riveted to lid for tracking
- Comes with 25 pounds of Bokashi culture mix
- 1 US gallon Bokashi culture mix
- Comes with instructions
Ideal for anyone who has a lot of larger pets, or works with animals, the Bokashicycle Industrial Pet Waste Disposal System comes with a 55-gallon HDPE fermenter, each able to handle up to 300 pounds of pet waste a week. The pet waste disposal system includes anaerobic band clamps to seal the lids, safety pressure relief valves, and an aluminum ID tag riveted to the lid for tracking your units. This system also includes 25 pounds of Bokashi culture mix and one US gallon of Ultra-Accelerant Concentrate so you can start fermenting your pet waste immediately.
Founded by Dr. Lawrence Green in the late 2008, Bokashicycle's mission is to educate, alert, and help to make our planet a safer and better place. Meaning "fermented organic matter" in Japanese, the Bokashicycle method is designed to keep food scraps, yard waste, and even pet waste out of landfills and sewers and instead return them to the soil after fermenting them, helping the soil to become stronger and more nutrient rich which results in healthier and more nutritious plants and vegetables. The Bokashi method also helps people save money on trash collection and, even more importantly, helps stop the tons of carbon dioxide, heat, and methane gas that is released into the atmosphere.
The Bokashi method is an anaerobic process that ferments food, yard, and pet waste in as little as 10 days. Once everything is properly fermented it's returned to the soil where, in about two weeks, the enriched soil can be used for seeds or plants and eliminates the need for artificial fertilizers. The Bokashi name and logo illustrate the natural cycle that is at work: leftover waste is fermented, not composted, and mixed into the soil. The soil then helps to produce plants and vegetables that are strong and healthy, which we can then consume, thus completing the cycle.
Dimensions & Specifications
23L x 23W x 36H in.