A San Francisco Start
Unfortunately, it wasn't so easy. Within a few weeks, the green bins up and down his block became grimy and insect infested. A raccoon family moved into the neighborhood. Trash day became even more unpleasant than usual - especially on a warm day. Soon compost collection became mandatory for all buildings in San Francisco, with "trash police" handing out steep fines to those don't comply.
A Chance Discovery
Grudgingly cleaning the bucket, he noticed it was warm - evidence that microorganisms were hard at work. The composting process had already begun right in kitchen bucket! Just a little more oxygen, some mixing, insulation, and a filter could make the process clean and reliable. As an MIT graduate and garage tinkerer, it wasn't long until he got to work building a better composter. Dozens of patents and prototypes, the NatureMill home compost machine was born. Within months the product took off and was picked up by Home Depot and Amazon. The rest is history....
We're up to great things. Just watch us. Someday everyone in the world will make compost,
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