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Jaggery or Unprocessed Sugar: 1kg (300g)

Kitchen waste : 3kg (900g)

Water: 10l (3l)

(Components ratio should always be: 1 ratio of sugar: 3 ratio of organic waste: 10 ratio of water)

2. Mix the components in a PLASTIC container (bottle or jar) and leave for fermentation for 3 months

3. Story in cool dark place. Release gas from the bottle once in 15 days, first few weeks gas needs to be released once a day

3. After 3 months, filter and remove residue, Garbage Enzyme is ready

4. Residue can be used to create more enzymes or can be dried to make fertilizer

Points to be taken care:

  1. Use only Plastic jars
  2. Leave some space in the jar for fermentation
  3. Small plastic bottles may explode so avoid
  4. Ideal color of fermented enzyme: dark brown, white or black layer may be found at top.


In homes, garbage enzyme is used:

- as a household cleaning liquid

- to remove foul odours, molds and grime in the kitchen and toilet

- as an anti-bacterial and anti-viral agent

- to drive away insects

- to clean carpets and remove ticks

- for laundry washing and ironing

- for mopping floors

- for cleaning cars

-For shampoos, dish-washing liquids, detergents: 1 tablespoon of enzymes for 1 litre to enhance the nutrients and reduce the side effects of the chemicals in the detergents

Produces Ozone gases and reduces Global Warming

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