• Plastik Recycling!

    Informieren, sensibilisieren und aktivieren!

  • Das Bewusstsein der Menscheit verändern! Sensibilisieren!

    Recyclingprodukte aus Kunststoff in Bausteine für eine Insel der Freiheit umwandeln!

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    Pet Recycling ermöglichen! Mitmachen! Seine Meinung verdeutlichen, den Gratis-Sticker tragen!

NoPlastique Project Compost

Let us introduce you to the project with a little poem made by a friend of a friend, which is deeply involved in the following projekt.

Another day in the mountains

waking up with Crystal clear snow...
The spirit of the dark winter godess is strong.
And so deep and beyond beauty.
Yet I feel the wake up calling of the earth...
Ice melting.
Strong fire burning inside.
Flowers of a fairytale gently breaking their way through the surface.
Although I don't watch news and don't read any paper some are getting through of course.
The earth and therefore my heart are in pain because of our unconscious living.
I cry when I know the beings of the waters are dying because of our use of plastic that is covering the surface of oceans and rivers.
My lungs hurt when I breath exhaust fumes of cars and planes.
Where do we want to go with this?

PLEASE humanity.... WAKE UP!!!!

Stop using plastic!
This is not only the responsibility of big company and governments!!!


This responsibility is in our hands.
Every minute of our life!
We have got the choice how we consume.
We have got the choice how we move.
Let's use our healthy feet to walk and to ride a bicycle.
Do we really need to move so fast all around the globe to feed our and the others - even spiritual - growth?
I feel its more than time to slow down.
To move and grow locally in a conscious way.
This is the way tribes of the earth were living since ancient times.
In harmony with their surrounding!
May this "western" part of humanity remember their roots!
Remember were we come from!
The earth does not need us!
But feeds us unconditionally!!!!


So the earth and all her children will be able to breath fresh air.
Drink clean water.
Eat healthy food grown on a nourishing ground.
Move this body in joy.
We are all nature with every cell of our being


Written by Wildcat Fay

Here ist what is going on in London:

For further Information you can join:

NoPlastique Project Composting

Link to NoPlastique Project Composting

Our friend informs:

I am currently writing a paper in conjunction with my experiment to develop a strain of oysters to eat through the incomprehensible amount of plastic we see these days.
If anybody else is interested, I am planning to do the following:

Set up an Inoculation Chamber where I will inoculate live cultures of Oyster Mushrooms (Pleuroteus Djamor) into agar media inside petri dishes.
I will isolate the best rhizomorphic patterns to transfer a wedge of the media to another dish until I get a strain that grows rapidly.
I will then transfer the best strain to a substrate medium and use various amounts of plastics shredded into the jars with woodchips.
some jars will grow better than others, I will use the best shrooms I see working off of the Plastics because
SHROOMS WILL MUTATE AND THE NEXT GENERATION WILL EAT MORE PCB's. S I will then start the system over and develop a strain of a better adapted mushroom... the plan is to develop a strain powerful enough
to compsot plastics in a reasonable time for composting to become leisure.
I will continue to post my experiment and update with pics from time to time... stay tuned
I will be using the fastest growing Oyster mushroom:

Pleurotus djamor

Pink Oyster

This species encompasses a complex of brilliantly pink Oyster mushrooms.
The pink Oyster varieties are the most common occurring wild Pleurotus in pan-tropical climatic zones of the world.
Known for its speed to fruiting, ability to flourish on a wide variety of base materials, and high temperature tolerance,
this species is so aggressive as to colonize unpasteurized bulk substrates before competitors can flourish.
When growing this mushroom en masse, albino clusters sometimes form.
Mycelial Characteristics:
White at first, casting a longitudinally linear mycelium, often over-run with long, diverging rhizomorphs,
eventually cottony with maturity, and aerial. Most strains soon develop strong pinkish tones, especially as the mycelium matures, at
and around the sites of primordia formation. Flaming pink primordia often form as cluster colonies along the inside periphery
of the petri dish and/or around the site of inoculation. As grain (rye) matures, pink rhizomorphs and mycelia can predominate.
A milky gray metabolic exudate collects at the bottom of the incubation containers. Microscopic Features: From the same fruiting pink spores are collected from pink mushrooms,
and light beige spores from mushrooms that were originally pink but faded to cream beige.
Suggested Agar Culture Media:
Malt Yeast Peptone Agar (MYPA)
Potato Dextrose Yeast Agar (PDYA)
Oatmeal Yeast Agar (OMYA)
Dog Food Agar (DFA)

Spawn Media:
Grain spawn for all three generations.

Substrates for Fruiting:

Hardwood sawdust
cereal straw
corn waste
coffee residue
banana fronds
palm debris
sugar cane bagasse.

One formula employed be Brazilian growers calls for the proportionate mixing of 100 lbs. sugar cane/ 8 lbs. rice bran/ 3 lbs. rice straw/ 2 lbs calcium carbonate.
The mixture is mixed, wetted, and pasteurized at 140* F for 2-4 hours. Bano et al. found that this mushroom
(as "P. flabellatus" gave the highest yields when cotton seed powder was added at 132 g. per kg. or dry wheat straw.
The total mass of the mushrooms grown was 85% over the yields from unsupplemented wheat straw. Interestingly, the protein content of the dried mushrooms also rose to 38%.
Royse and Zaki found that the dual addition of the commercially available supplements Spawn Mate II and Fast Break at a
combined rate of 168 g. per kg. of wheat straw substantially enhanced yields of "P. flabellatus". In these tests, biological efficiency increased from 22% to 77% in a 28 day harvest period.
It is suspected that the yields of other Oyster species would be similarly improved.

Yield Potentials:
Given good crop management, biological efficiency rated at 75-150%, largely dependent on the age of the fruibody at harvest.
Some strains of this species are equally as productive, in terms of biological efficiency, as the most vigorous strains of P. pulmonarous and P. ostreatus.

Growth Parameters
Spawn Run:

? Incubation Temperature: 75-85* F (24-30* C)
? Relative Humidity: 95-100%
? Duration: 7-10 days CO2: >5000 ppm
? Fresh Air Exchanges: 0-1 per hour
? Light Requirements: n/a

Primordia Formation:

? Initiation Temperature: 65-75* F (18-25* C)
? Relative Humidity: 95-100%
? Duration: 2-4 days
? CO2: 500-1000 ppm
? Fresh Air Exchanges: 5-8 per hour
? Light Requirements: 750-1500 lux

Fruitbody Development:

? Temperature: 70-85* F (20-30* C)
? Relative Humidity: 85_90%
? Duration: 3-5 days
? CO2: 500-1500 ppm
? Fresh Air Exchanges: 5-8 per hour
? Light Requirements: 750-1500 lux

Cropping Cycle:
? 2 crops, 7-10 days apart