Welcome on Plus2vers !
Plus2vers is a social network to start quickly and easily in worm composting
Find free worms and advice near you !
donors on map
tons of waste avoided each day
The news :
Plus2vers is now available in English! As expected, the latest improvements included the ability to upgrade Plus2vers to multilingual. Members of the network have contributed immensely to translate the content. Now, the whole site (or almost) is translated and...read more
The advice of the moment
After a winter that has overflowed on the spring, the summer heat arrives ..... But, ... the worms do not like the heat (ideal temperatures between 15 and 25 ° C). The ideal location is always indoors (in a temperate place, ...). If you have no choice but...read more
Worms do not like heat (ideal temperatures between 15 and 25 ° C). Install the vermicomposter in the shade! If the temperatures reach more than 30 °, reduce the contributions of waste (which tend to heat up even more), if the temperatures reach 35 ° C do...read more
How does Plus2vers work ?
Plus2vers is a network for worms donors and advice
Thanks to the donors map, find a donor near to you, and connect with him using the contact form.
The donor will receive an e-mail with your message. He will answer your request directly.
The users are then contacted with a pool to know about the good start of the worm-composting. They are encouraging to become donors if everything is going well with their worm composting, and they are invited to make a donation to support Plus2vers.
Plus2vers is a resources website
In the “Ressources aera” : Operation, worms menu, different models sold or to be made at home, …
Plus2vers gives you all the information to have a good start with a worm composting container.
David REGNIER GARNELO
He is the leader and developer of Plus2vers
He works for the association “Les Boîtes Vertes” as an expert in pollution and waste prevention, and as a specialist in worm composting.
He arranges regular animations in schools, general public, and initiations and formations in worm composting.