W.O.R.M.S.


Worms Operating to Reduce Municipal Sludge:  Creating a Resource from a Waste With Vermistabilization


WELCOME TO THE NEW AND UPDATED W.O.R.M.S. WEB PAGE:      


We are in the process of completing our Mobile Laboratory for the upcoming Vermistabilization Pilot Project that will allow us to visit multiple Wastewater Treatment Plant sites to obtain biosolids samples to analyze. Updates will be made available on "Recent News and Updates" page as the project is underway.

      W.O.R.M.S. would like to welcome it's new partner, Garland Easter in Elkton, Va., who will handle the North Eastern U.S. operations.  Having recently expanded, W.O.R.M.S. is also located in Cocoa Beach, Fl where Jerry Scholder will cover the South Eastern U.S. territory.  As of November 3, 2014 we have been given approval by the Florida Dept. of Environmental Protection to proceed with our study.  Upon receiving a funding grant to support our research we will begin a pilot project at the Cocoa Beach, FL.  W.W.T.P. to confirm that vermi-stabilization can and will convert any lower than Class A biosolid to a Class A vermicasting.





Saving the Earth...One Worm at a Time


Our New Trailer Waiting on Renovations

800 Redworms


Converted landfill waste to Class A Organic Fertilizer by Redworms to 80% T/S 

16% T/S Biosolids to be landfilled