Can dog, cat and other animal faeces be composted?
For health reasons, and to be on the safe side, we advise that you compost animal poop (fecal matter) and anything that comes into contact with animal poop in a separate Subpod to your normal Subpod (Subpod for growing human food).
Or that you only use the compost that has been made from the animal poop on your ornamental plants and not used for growing human food.
If you have a dedicated Subpod for composting your animal poop, you can use this to grow healthy nutritious food for your pets that eat leafy greens, e.g. rabbits, guinea pigs, goats, etc. Watch that shiny coat grow :)
Can dog, cat and other animal faeces be composted in Subpod?
Yes, you can compost animal poop in a Subpod. If you choose to do this however, you will not be able to use any of the worm castings or worm tea for fertilizer on plants that will be eaten by humans. You will need to put a warning on your Subpod to ...
Can cat/kitty litter be composted? https://www.petbarn.com.au/trouble-trix-crystal-cat-litter this is what I currently use.
This cat/kitty litter can be composted just fine. Mix well with other organic waste and dry carbon-rich material for best results. This will work for both the clay and silica type kitty litters. We recommend for safety that compost generated ...
What can be composted in Subpod?
You can compost a lot more things in Subpod than compared to an ordinary worm farm. You can compost food scraps, including citrus, onions, and after 4 months of active use even small quantities of meat, fish, dairy, and spicy foods. Carbon items ...
Can Subpod remove the odour from decomposing human faeces that have been turned into sludge to provide nutrients for plants near the house?
It’s likely that the human faeces turned into sludge are smelly because they were composted anaerobically (low oxygen) and/or mixed with urine. This smell will quickly disappear if the sludge is mixed with enough dry carbon-rich material (dried ...
Can 3D Printed PLA be composted in the Subpod?
PLA, also known as polylactic acid or polylactide, is a thermoplastic made from renewable resources such as corn starch, tapioca roots or sugar cane, unlike other industrial materials made primarily from petroleum. Check with your source of PLA ...