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Responses: How effective are Garbage Enzymes?

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by Bhavani Prakash I’m very happy to note that the article on “How to Make and Use Garbage Enzymes” has stirred a lot of discussion and this has been an opportunity to clarify where the science lies. I had endorsed Garbage Enzymes enthusiastically as I have personally heard gardeners speak of the positively about the […]

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March 4th, 2011 | Posted in Chemicals,Cleaning,Composting,Recycling/Repurposing | Read More »

How to Make and Use Garbage Enzymes

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By Bhavani Prakash Update to this article on 4th March 2011. Based on the responses by readers and those whose opinions I have sought, I would advise readers to read the original blog entry below in the context of the next post:  ”Responses: How effective are Garbage Enzymes?” where I make the introduction based on […]

February 27th, 2011 | Posted in Chemicals,Cleaning,Food,Recycling/Repurposing | Read More »

Interesting ways to recycle everyday stuff

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Here are a few very useful videos to recycle some of our everyday stuff, such as plastic bottles, plastic bags, old jeans and newspapers. Some of these ideas can be used for school or holiday projects with children. Have fun!       VIDEO 1 : This shows 8 simple and interesting ways to recycle […]

January 27th, 2010 | Posted in Recycling,Recycling/Repurposing | Read More »

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