Composting is the easiest thing to do. This is because it supplies you with two bins.
One is smaller beige one for the kitchen so when you finished eating,
you could just throws out your scraps. Or you could just put the big green one write
next to the garbage bin. It is a lot easier to compost because most of your household items
like fruit and vegetable scraps, meat, cereals, pastries, diapers, plants, napkins,
and dairy products are all compostable products. In some places it only allows a certain
amount a garbage bags every so often. So by composting it minimizes the amount of garbage
you put out weekly, and daily.
Here are some tips to help you:
- Ensure there are enough air spaces within the pile, and mix it well and as often as you can
(even a neglected pile will compost eventually though)
- Avoid pockets of only one material type,
the more variety the better it's mixed, the more efficient the process will be
- ALWAYS keep food scraps covered with "brown" material to avoid odours and pests.
Keep a pile of some "browns" nearby to sprinkle on top.