Can worms solve global warming?

Leo Murray from Why Waste visits Debbie O'Byrne, a 'Why Waste Worms' residential customer.

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In this video below Debbie shares her passion of how the simple action of hiring a managed worm farm has contributed in a positive way. She has successfully reduced her waste from one bin every week to one bag every six to eight weeks! Not only has she reduced her waste and methane production, but she’s created a positive benefit of more soil, which is depleted worldwide.

Debbie highlights the truth of how it can be really overwhelming when we hear about some of the global challenges facing us. She proudly says, "This is a simple action that we can all take that contributes to a bigger solution to some of our problems." 'Why Waste Worms' customers rent a professionally managed worm farm that transforms food waste into soil. Reducing landfill waste by up to half. Debbie highlights the truth of how it can be really overwhelming when we hear about some of the global challenges facing us. She proudly says, "This is a simple action that we can all take that contributes to a bigger solution to some of our problems."

Why Waste is a New Zealand company, that rents and manages worm farms transforming food waste into soil and reducing landfill waste by up to half.