1. Which is Better: Composting or Recycling?

    Recycling and composting are two great ways to keep materials out of landfills, minimizing one’s environmental impact. But is one necessarily better than the other? We will dive into that question and more in this blog post. Recycling This involves taking manufactured products that might otherwise…Read More

  2. Green, Nitrogen Materials Make Up 3 Percent Of Compost

    Green, Nitrogen Materials For Composting Alfalfa Clover Coffee grounds Food waste Garden waste Grass clippings Hay Manures Seaweed Vegetable scraps Weeds When you think of composting in your kitchen, do you think of finishing your meal and tossing the scraps into a small bin instead of down the drai…Read More

  3. An In-Depth Look At Brown, Carbon Composting Materials

    Brown, Carbon Materials For Composting Ashes, wood Cardboard (shredded) Corn stalks Dryer lint Fruit scraps Leaves Newspaper (shredded) Peanut shells Pine needles Sawdust Straw Wood chips When you first think of composting, do you think of any of these items on the list? I know when I first started …Read More

  4. [INFOGRAPHIC] What To Compost And What To Avoid

    One of the most appealing aspects of making your own compost is that you can get rid of food scraps in a more environmentally friendly way. Instead of washing dinner remains down the drain and feeding the garbage disposal or scraping the food into the garbage can, you can recycle most food scraps in…Read More

  5. Composting Basics: How To Use Your Rotating Composter

    You’ve decided to make your own compost. Whether you’ve come to this decision for the good of the environment or for the benefit of your green thumb, choosing a rotating composter is an affordable and convenient option to kick-start your composting habits. The days of spending seasons developing…Read More