Bokashi Soil Factory
Winter weather can make it difficult to get on to, and dig, the garden making it difficult to bury the precompost produced using a Bokashi system. The answer may be a Soil Factory where the pre-compost is mixed with compost or soil in a small lidded bin with drainage holes. I harvest compost from one of my compost bins in advance (when weather permits) and store it in the shed for a week to dry a little so that It mixes with the Bokashi pre-compost better if it is not to moist.
The lower 4 inches of the container are filled with the compost. The pre-compost is then added directly from the Bokashi fermenter. This is then covered by a 2-3-inch layer of fresh soil or compost and mixed well.This layering can be repeated until the container is full. The top layer should be about 4 inches of soil. Once full I leave it for a few days and then mix it again covering with a final layer of compost (or soil) The loose-fitting lid is then be put in place.
The waste will take between three and twelve weeks to completely break down, depending on the temperature and type of waste. It is worth checking progress after 2-4 weeks (when I usually find mine is ready). At this stage the proportion of material recognizable as waste food will have decreased and that of “soil” will have increased. Mixing the soil factory contents weekly will speed the process. The waste breaks down more quickly when warm but not too hot (under 40C). Decomposition slows at lower temperatures so during the winter it is best kept indoors or well insulated if left on a balcony the temperature should not fall below 6C
The is more information at http://www.carryoncomposting.com/416920212