Is this system functional for a Dog Poop Scoop Business?

by Clint B
(Topeka, KS, USA)

I have a dog poop scoop business and collect several gallons of poop each week. I am looking for a better way to dispose of the material other than just throwing it in the trash. Is this system good for or can be adjusted to handle a large quantity of dog waste?

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Re:Is this system functional for a Dog Poop Scoop Business?
by: Stephan

Hello Clint,

sure you can recycle as much of dog poop or other wet waste with worms as you want. You just will have to set up your worm farms in a way that they can hold enough worms to consume all the waste you are feeding them.

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Stephan Kloppert

Author of "How to start a profitable worm business on a shoestring budget"

Editor of www.worm-composting-help.com

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