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How to compost indoors: no smells, no pests! #compostingindoors #sustainability
It's nice to know that no matter how small the space, we all still have the ability to create a more sustainable life - thanks for sharing!
Such a wonderful guide to easy peasy composting!!
Curious about compost? This infographic may answer your questions.
Compost bin made from Three shipping pallets A few 2″ wood screws Electric screwdriver Work gloves Shovel
What a good idea
What to #Compost. Very Informative.
I disagree with nearly everything on the no list and I have been composting for years. Meat, dairy, seafood, all oils, including bacon grease, torn up cardboard, crushed bones and all sorts of various compostable packing and tissuesgo in mine. My compost is full of worms and is done fast. Toss it in, give it a turn once in a while and kabaam! you have garden gold:)
We don't doubt that those things wouldn't make great compost, however most of the things in the no section and that you mentioned are pest magnets (meat, dairy, oils, etc.) and that's the main reason they aren't generally composted in the outdoors. However cardboard can most certainly be composted and we use it to sheet mulch all of our garden beds! Thanks for your input though!
Agree with comments stating that the cardboard and paper are wrong. They are great for building a diverse compost
Why not weeds?!
Different types of compost
Printable for what to compost & what not to compost - I was surprised about a couple of items in the "no" list:paper towels and cardboard. Now I know!
How to compost
Thinking of starting a compost pile? Make sure you know what you should and should not compost.
Time to take a peek at that compost pile you've been ignoring!! How to Compost your leftover paleo foods! (AND a DIY indoor or outdoor bin for under $ 10!)
A less-than-pleasant compostable item... human urine!