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Wermz

Welcome to the Wermz website

 

Wermz is our recycling organization.

Wermz is our creative title of words worms and using sound/phonics

Worm

What are we doing here?

food scraps

Collecting foods scraps which feed our squirmy wormy... (a.k.a worms).

Worms fecies produce a special type of chemical that is helpful for garden and plants.

Reduce the amount of waste in landfills. 

 landfills

 What worms do?

Worms help break down natural/organic material like dead plants, and food scraps. Creates the necessary fertilizer

soil that will allow new healthy seeds to grow. Our compost will thrive. How else are we going to grow our crops if

there weren't any worms in the soil to help recycle our waste.

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What will be produced, and collected?

What do worms eat?

Worms eat

Vegetables and fruits (including peels and tops), Coffee grounds

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pasta, cakes,  bread products,  rice.

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Worms don't eat

Citrus, meat, bones, Garlic, heavily spiced foods

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salt, dairy products, eggs

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How can you contribute?

•Just places the food scrap in the containers

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Bring scraps from lunch and home.

When?

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•We will pick them up, once a week every Friday at 6 period.

•And return the cans as soon as humanly possible.

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To reduce landfills and produce Fertilizer, to help our plants