BOKASHI ORGANKO | Plastika Skaza d.o.o.



BOKASHI ORGANKO is a sophisticated and practical composter for organic waste disposal which eliminates inconveniences with collecting organic waste. Waste decay is the most frequent reason for unpleasant odour. The use of bran with beneficial micro-organisms ensures the fermentation process occurs properly and thus prevents decay in BOKASHI ORGANKO. As a result, fermented organic waste is an excellent basis for first-rate compost.


BOKASHI ORGANKO has an airtight container. As the inflow of air is smaller, so is the probability of rotting. There is no unpleasant odour even when opening the container, as we put bran with effective micro-organisms on the organic waste. They ensure that a fermentation process occurs instead of rotting.


Bokashi bran consists of bran meal, molasses and useful micro-organisms. The presence of natural micro-organisms in the Bokashi bran initiates the fermentation process and prevents decay. During this process, fermentation liquid is produced, which can be used as an excellent fertilizer for plants or as a natural drain cleaner.

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Robi Špiler,

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»The best thing is that I can store organic waste in one place, and that's already in the kitchen itself, and that it makes the process of storage and composting simpler.«

Tjaša Štruc,

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»Bokashi Organko enables the storage and separation of organic waste as close as possible in the kitchen, while emphasizing the importance of the correct composting process.«

Romana Zupanek Strljič,

Nova Cerkev

»We use Bokashi Organko practically every day. It is especially useful in collecting the fermentation liquid, which I use for watering my garden and other plants in the house. With Bokashi Organko I make sure that our biological waste gets all the necessary microorganisms for fully processed compost.«

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