Home composting: To reducing your food waste



Inevitably, some of the food we buy needs to be tossed. Food eventually goes bad. Leftovers sometimes go uneaten. Most fruit and vegetables have inedible bits: pips, seeds, rinds and cores. Rather than putting it in the landfill bin, we can do something better with these scraps.



Composting is the breaking down of organic material by bacteria, fungi, worms and insects in the presence of air (specifically, oxygen) to create compost, a rich organic matter that can be added to soil to increase carbon and support plant growth.


Compost bins require very little maintenance, and provide free compost to use on house plants or on the garden.


👉10 Best Compost Bins, According to Environmental Experts: https://nymag.com/strategist/article/best-compost-bins.html



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