Plastic Free Mermaid Kate Nelson and Subpod’s Peter Critch discuss how underground, vermiculture composting with Subpod is helping Kate minimise her carbon footprint, keep food waste out of landfill, and grow her own fresh produce.
Subpod is an in-ground compost system and worm farm. Compost worms and microbes live inside Subpod and turn all the materials you feed them (food scraps, paper, coconut peat) into rich compost. Over time, nutrients from the compost will feed your garden soil and help your plants thrive.
Subpod began with a simple idea: make composting a part of everyday life. We believe that if we can do that, we can teach people to love the soil their food comes from, and make the world a little bit better together.