On Monday afternoon amidst a summer downpour, a dozen hearty microhaulers and their fans gathered for an information session. Present were host Claire Sprouse from Hunky Dory, co-founders of BKgreencart Greg Todd and Frederick Phillips, Meredith Danberg-Ficarelli from Common Ground and Reclaimed Organics, Renee Peperone from BKRot, Ana de Luco from Sure We Can, Vandra Thorburn from Vokashi and Manish Desai from EcoRich. Each of the microhaulers gave a brief talk about their organization and their services. Great food, great talk and super energy. Let’s do it all again some time soon in your favorite bar or restaurant! Have microhauler, will travel.
On Monday July 22nd from 5-7 PM, Hunky Dory Restaurant will host an information session about microhauling. In addition to BKgreencart, other microhaulers present will be Roho Compost, BKRot, and Vokashi. Ecorich will also be present to talk about its innovative composting machines .
Come visit this exciting new restaurant to find out how you can help make Brooklyn a greener, more environmentally friendly place. Meet microhaulers serving Brooklyn neighborhoods, support neighborhood composting and learn how you can help divert resources from landfills to our communities.
Hunky Dory is located at 747 Franklin Avenue near Sterling Place in the diverse community of Crown Heights Brooklyn. A wide selection of drinks at happy hour prices will be available.
Since July 12th, BKgreencart has been microhauling food scraps for Hunky Dory Restaurant. Food scraps are being composted at the Imani Garden, located at 1680 Pacific Street in Weeksville. Starting soon Imani will be feeding Hunky Dory’s food scraps to its 30 chickens, to both supplement their diet and reduce feed costs for Imani.
If you know of a restaurant in North Central Brooklyn that would like to consider our services, please have them send us an email at [email protected] or call 718-496-5139. Services and pricing available upon request.
BK Green Cart is so excited to bring this new service to North Central Brooklyn! We feel it offers local restaurants, juice bars, coffee shops and other small generators of food scraps a great new way to handle the resources you generate. We are dedicated believers in re-localizing our resource stream – keep what we generate in our community and to ask other generators to do the same. We have ambitious plans to turn the food scraps you generate into compost for community gardens, landscapers, homeowners and producers of local food. Can you imagine eating a salad made from salad greens grown right here in North Central Brooklyn from your food scraps? How about an omelette made from eggs laid by chickens fed your food scraps? Even locally raised fish fed a mixture of composted food scraps? Not only do we believe this is possible, we’re on the way to make it a reality. Watch this blog for more updates as our visions unfold!