I am currently volunteering at a dog rescue centre in Greece, there are 300 dogs here and never enough funds!
I had the idea of turning the dog poo into compost as a way to deal with the waste and create much needed money for the dogs.
But I'm sure you can understand that's a lot of poo to deal with every day. I wouldn't even know where to start something on such a scale.
What kind of space would be required for this quantity.
Given that it gets very hot here in the summer and has very mild winters. Would this effect the time it would take to have a finished worm compost? Thanks.
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