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    Making Compost – What Items to Use

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    • Colin Bednarz

      Biodegradable Compost Crock Liners - Improvements by Improvements. $12.99. Got scraps? Get a kitchen countertop Compost Collection Crock! Each is a heavy countertop container in which you collect kitchen scraps for eventual recycling into fertilizer-rich compost. (Better than choking the disposer with vegetable peelings!) No need to run out to the backyard composter after every meal...just lift the lid and drop-in all those veggie scraps, egg shells, coffee grounds...

    • Brenda Harvill

      Biodegradable Compost Crock Liners

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