0 Flares 0 Flares ×

BioBag’s Social Media Pages

Facebook

Facebook

 

BioBag

9 hours ago

BioBag

@k.calys.strohm (via IG) made the switch to be a zero-food waste household 👏 🥦 🌿 ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

1 day ago

BioBag

These 5,000 maggots devour about a pound of food in 5 hours. They can eat between 50-100 pounds of food waste a day.

Alafia Ridge Farms are maggot farmers. They collect food waste, feed it to black soldier fly larvae, and then feed the maggots to chickens and fish. The chickens produce eggs and chicken meat. The fish are part of an aquaponic system that makes fish and vegetables. Black soldier flies are indigenous to Florida. Also, they're not a disease vector. They are able to digest super quickly to where odor isn't a problem.

Pretty cool!
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

4 days ago

BioBag

-Frank Lloyd Wright ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

6 days ago

BioBag

#BioBagHero of the Month, Moonshot Compost, is a young company, and having started during the pandemic, they are happy to report that
they have been able to operate safely for our customers, employees, and all their families.

In these times, that alone feels like a huge win. Their monthly average collection volumes have increased approximately 160% per month since June 2020, when they collected for a handful of families for free.

In October 2020, they collected over 2 tons! 🙌

Learn more about them at: www.moonshotcompost.com
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

1 week ago

BioBag

“Little ode to compostable bags: we attempted to be compost purists when we first started. No bags. Just simple fruit and veggie waste. We switched to BioBags once we started taking ALL FOOD including meat and dairy. Bags have been a life changer. We can accept more food without attracting maggots, and we are able to normalize composting because using a bag mirrors a typical trash experience.

Which, by the way, food is not trash. It’s garbage. And garbage doesn’t belong in a landfill because it never actually breaks down correctly.

If you’ve been put off by composting just because it seems gross and difficult. Don’t. It’s as simple as separating your food waste from your trash. Put it in a compostable bag and let us do the dirty work!”

- Naples Compost 💚
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Twitter

Twitter

 

@BioBag




Instagram

Instagram

 

BioBag

Something is wrong.
Instagram token error.

biobag

Follow
Load More

Pinterest

Pinterest

 

BioBag


LinkedIn

LinkedIn

 

BioBag Americas

 




YouTube

YouTube

 

BioBagUS


0 Flares Email -- Facebook 0 Twitter 0 LinkedIn 0 Pin It Share 0 0 Flares ×