A waste management service design. Vermicompost is produced via a full-circle service process using sorted paper waste, including cardboard, corrugated fiberboard, non-bleach paper packaging, and others. Vermicompost includes fresh compost made from earthworms with newly hatched earthworms. Composting is a common organic waste management approach, but it takes time and effort to preserve its quality. White Sack's purpose is to support individuals manage their consumption waste and persuade them of the benefits of doing so by supporting the sorting out their paper waste into vermicompost for plants and trees. People in urban areas might utilize the greenery all around them to dispose of paper waste sustainably. Additionally, this can handle carbon offsets for any purpose from waste sorting to maintaining green spaces. The synchronization of paper waste sorting and greenery maintenance is one of White Sack's most visible aesthetic features. The original concept for vermicomposting in Thailand was for dairy farmers to manage cow excrement as a side business. According to the White Sack practice, corrugated fiberboard, cardboard, and non-bleach paper packaging are all highly biodegradable by bacteria from cattle manure. It is possible to disintegrate waste paper more quickly than the decomposition index when developing those biodegrading to earthworm feed. The most significant challenge for any upcycling business is altering people's behavior to be more responsive and effective. Running alongside the same tide, White Sack is confident that our simple solution will be more effective. A 300 square meter micro factory may house a local waste facility that can dispose of 480 to 600 kilograms of corrugated fiberboard in 11 weeks and produce 800 to 1,000 kilograms of vermicompost, which can support 200+ trees that stand over a meter tall or over 800 square meters of planting space. More green space looking fresh and attractive can, in the opinion of White Sack, attract people to the worth of sorting paper waste. Correct, It works well.