The creation of the Green Machine

Fisk, L.
October 1991
Yankee;Oct91, Vol. 55 Issue 10, p22
Describes the Green Machine, a composter built by Jim Fisk, which is capable of handling a large amount of organic waste and is itself made from recycled parts. How the composter works; `Raw' mix for bacteria; Rotation of pile; Ease of use.


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