Press release submitted by the Boxborough Sustainability Committee
Free Indoor Composting Class
Tuesday, March 24, 7 to 9 p.m.
Sargent Library, 427 Mass Ave., Boxborough
A class given by Ray Pourali
Are you interested in organic composting? Have you ever wondered about what happens to the outdoor compost piles during cold winter months? Are you curious to know how to compost even if you don't have access to a backyard? How about the mystical "Compost Tea" which rejuvenates indoor and outdoor plants?
Learn how to create and maintain a healthy compost bin that will be fully operational during winter months and beyond. Your compost bin will be virtually odorless and very easy to maintain. You will be able to compost many things such as coffee, tea, some junk mail, egg containers, fruits and vegetable peels, and more. You will also learn how to harvest compost and how to make compost tea all year long. Your plants will love you, the trees will love you, and your planet will thank you.
Vermicompost Starter Kits can be purchased for $15 by pre-ordering by March 17, 2020. The kits are about 1/2 lb. each and contain all the micro and macro organisms that are needed to start and/or boost a healthy organic compost bin.
To PREORDER the Compost Starter Kit, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.
Ray Pourali is a Clean Energy Researcher as well as an Environmental, Chemical and Process Engineer. Ray is founder of EnviroPal.org and has been delivering indoor/outdoor year-round composting solutions nationwide.