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  Nimo Mohamed and Elilta Mahari, two of the Moss Park Community Gardeners, were thrilled to receive 30 lbs of worm castings biofertilizer produced from recycled food waste and donated by ENGO Environmental Defence. In October we visited the Parkdale community garden with Bullfrog Power to fertilize the garden beds with 30 bags of worm castings produce […]

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We’re thrilled to announce that our worm castings biofertilizer (made from recycled food waste collected through our Green Bins Growing service) is now on the shelf and available for sale! Our primary retail location is at Evergreen Garden Market, located in the Don Valley at Evergreen Brickworks. We love working with these awesome folks as they […]

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Wondering if Green Bins Growing office food waste recycling service accepts items like meat/diary/citrus, coffee cups or bio-plastics? Our collection bins come with signage detailing what is and isn’t accepted but certain questions come up time and again… Here are answers to our most frequently asked questions:   Q. “I’ve heard you can’t feed citrus / meat […]

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Wastenot Worm Farms was recently featured in the Partners in Project Green blog alongside our Green Bins Growing client Velcro Canada. The article highlights our work diverting employee-generated food waste from landfill, instead transforming it into a natural biofertilizer product that we used to transplant pine trees on their property. Green Bins Growing food waste […]

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We held our FIRST EVER! farmer’s market booth last weekend at the Leslieville Farmer’s Market on Queen Street East near Coxwell! What fun! Our vermi-technology expert Glenn Munroe joined us in teaching folks about worm composting, sharing info about Green Bins Growing office food waste recycling and educating market-goers on the high value of worm […]

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