“Docupots turns trash into profit” Journal Advocate

The heart of the DocuPots process: Shredded paper goes into the round green tank at left, is mixed with water and pumped onto the blue bins in the center for pulping and water removal, and the pulp is injected into the form at right. (Jeff Rice / Journal-Advocate)

Shredded documents get new life as biodegradable seedling pots

The problem with most biodegradable plant pots is that they don’t actually biodegrade. Usually made of wood or peat fibers, most of the pots also are treated with wax to keep them whole until they’re planted in the ground; trouble is, the wax often works all too well.

Roger Hosea thinks he has the answer. View article on the Journal-Advocate….

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