Are you looking for an alternative to sending your bagged dog poo to the landfill?
I have been an avid Bokashi Ensopet user for several years, and have found it to be extremely easy to use. I keep a couple of small hand trowels at the ready and find them to be the easiest way to scoop and dump!
Our usual method is to have one on the go and 'active'. When that fills up we dump a good sprinkling of the starter mix on top and leave it to rot down and do its thing, setting up another kit to be our 'active' one. We'll then dig out the old one, setting it up in a new location. Rinse and repeat. There's a noticeable improvement in soil condition, and we'll use those areas for planting trees and shrubs.
Here's the official blurb from the team at Bokashi:
EnsoPet is an innovative inground composting system, specifically designed for composting pet waste, easily and hygienically. EnsoPet composts all pet waste such as dog, cat, rabbit, and guinea pig poop.
EnsoPet also keeps your yard free of pet waste and prevents it from ending up in landfill, while returning carbon to the soil and rebuilding the soil on a microbial level. The Composting Kit system comprises of the EnsoPet Composter and EnsoPet starter.
How EnsoPet Works
Once installed in the garden, using the tongs provided (or a couple of small trowels), pet waste is collected and dropped into the composter. EnsoPet Starter is then sprinkled on top. The micro-organisms in the EnsoPet Starter ensure a rapid breakdown of the waste. Due to this continuous cycle of composing the EnsoPet composter will take many months or may never completely fill, ensuring extended use. If your composter fills, you simply move it to another location in your garden.