By composting apple cores, orange rinds, coffee grounds, and vegetable peels you could reduce the size of your kitchen garbage by up to 92%?
April 17, 2008
The weather is warmer; the backyard’s brown and dry, The kitchen is smelly, maybe it’s time to try composting leftover veggies and fruits The kitchen’ll smell better and the garden flowers’ll have roots!
Want to take less trips to the dumpster and fertilize your garden in the process?Here are some ways you can compost (create a completely organic soil fertilizer) at home:
if you don’t want the squishy invertebrates in your home, but don’t have the luxury of a backyard, check out the full service NatureMill composters that conveniently fit under your sink and make reducing waste a piece of cake: http://naturemill.com/
For those with backyards, purchase a composting container for outside.These containers can be found at most home improvement and gardening centers.
Many U.S. cities have begun composting projects and offer educational materials to help you get started. Check to see if your city is one of them!
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