GUI conducts 1st garbage enzyme workshop

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We’ve caught wind that GUI will be conducting a garbage enzyme workshop in about two week’s time and we think it sounds wicked!

Garbage enzyme can be used in the home as a household cleaning solution, on one’s body as a cleanser, or in the garden as an insecticide and fertiliser. It is a gentle solution that is made from fruit/vegetables and is as au naturel as the source of the fruit and vegetables.

Led by Derrick Tan aka Enzyme Man, the workshop costs S$15 for members and S$18 for non-members. This fee includes a 5-litre plastic bottle and brown sugar which will be used to make the enzyme. On your end, be sure to bring fruit and vegetable peelings.

Here are the details:

Date: 21st Febuary

Time: 2pm – 4.30pm

Venue: Nyee Phoe, 240 Neo Tiew Crescent, Singapore 718898 (GUI can arrange transport from Kranji MRT station, please inform them)

Contact: Diane – 97992238

Image taken from Getty Images

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