Orgaworld Compost FAQ
What is organic waste?
Organic waste is anything that has been produced by or involves leftovers of biological material. This can be old food, compost, bones, wood, brush, leaves, animal waste, and similar. As long as the material came from an animal or plant or is the remains of either in some form or manner, then it counts as organic waste.
How is Orgaworld helping to preserve our environment?
Orgaworld Canada is active in the preservation of our environment by using innovative technology to process organic waste into high quality products such as soil conditioners/additives, compost, and other agricultural consumer products.
How is this an alternative to landfill?
By diverting a large amount of biological waste from landfills, Orgaworld reduces the amount of space organic waste takes up, and frees up space for non-organic waste, and it recycles biological material for re-use, often in the form of soil products which can be beneficial in creating new food products.
What are the benefits of using Orgaworld compost and soil additives?
Because Orgaworld compost and soil additives are so rich in biological material, they provides the best mix available of nutrients and proteins that plants need to thrive and grow. This is evident by simply doing a comparison. Take a plant and grow it in a pot of normal soil. Do the same in a pot of Orgaworld compost. The difference in place size, speed of growth, thickness, and color will be apparent, with sun and water and other environmental factors being equal.
Why is it important to reduce the need of chemical additives?
Chemical additives are not natural. While they can help products last longer or react differently, they leave lasting traces of the chemical substance used. In some cases, the same chemicals in greater amounts have been found to be carcinogenic, which means they have the potential to cause cancer in living things.