Here's the thing: we juicing types produce a lot of scrap vegetative pulp and it's a crime against nature to send all that bulk down the sink disposer. It's perfect food for worms. And worm castings are perfect food for gardens. Otherwise the scraps are perfectly perfect for composting. It's wet food mush and fiber.
The comments to this video are highly appreciative, much more so than you'd imagine. And the whole time I was thinking, "Dude, what's going on with your teeth?" I bet he chews tobacco or something. None of the commenters mentioned that. His channel has a lot of garden related videos along with canning and other self-sufficiency things. He also has a short rant video about police being overly decked out compared to unarmed protestors but I dropped it 1/4 of the way through. He has a strange YouTube channel with a few off-the-wall things.
But still more grounded than mine.
Commenters think of dozens of alternatives for each element using this as basic idea.
I think my juicer's scraps would be even more worm-accessible than his large chunky scraps. And fruit flies can slip right through his burlap screening.
So far, composting at home in an apartment seems impractical. (Impractical as his glass containers for worm castings.) This could be an alternative to composting. But then what does one do through the winter, bring it all inside? I'm not sure I can be that dedicated.