The conversion of fruit & vegetable waste to a stable enzyme solution used for cleaning, fertilizing,...

Fruit and vegetable waste from kitchens (or gardens or farming?) are left to decompose/ferment in sugar water. The sugar acts as nutrient to fuel enzyme reactions.

I don't know any more about this than what I read on the web. It sounds almost too good to be true.

I am trying it out now and am thinking about distributing it.

--Mischa Altmann (talk) 22:27, 16 January 2013 (PST)

More Info[edit | edit source]

Internal[edit | edit source]

searching this wiki for "enzyme" led me to:

External[edit | edit source]

Scientific Verification[edit | edit source]

I cannot yet see any scientific studies though sources suggest that the research is all science based (see #External Info above).

  • partner with chemistry department at university to analyze enzyme

Business Idea[edit | edit source]

  1. collect suitable waste
    • potential income
  2. process waste into enzyme
  3. distribute/sell enzyme
    1. bring your own container
    2. provide bulk/wholesale option
    3. package with instructions of how to do it yourself (i.e. how to replicate this)
      • sort of open source business

Educational Projects[edit | edit source]

  • run science experiment at schools
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