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From beginners to experts this web site is designed to provide composting information and links to other people involved in all forms of composting. From home composting to compost tea, compost toilets, large scale composting, vermi and compost use. No matter what your interest is, you'll find something here worth you time. Compost is simply decomposed organic material. The organic material can...
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Learn how to make your own compost easily and effectively with our free online guide. Composting is fun, and environmentally friendly too! Compost is one of nature’s best mulches and soil amendments, and you can use it instead of commercial fertilizers. Best of all, compost is cheap. You can make it without spending a cent. Using compost improves soil structure, texture, and aeration and...
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To allow compost facility professionals to formally demonstrate their knowledge, professional achievement and qualifications, the USCC has taken the first steps this summer for compost facility operators to become a Certified Compost Operations Manager. More than 200 people have signed up for the...
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The number one online store for compost bins, compost tumbler and all your gardening needs. In the past, many have considered composting to be an activity only for experienced gardeners and composters with time to dedicate to this hobby. But, today, more consumers look for ways to reconnect to...
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The toilet is self-contained, urine diverting and the waterless operation allows for ease of use for many applications. Also called a dry toilet, the Nature’s Head is lightweight, odorless and compact making it a perfect fit for your home, cabin, tiny house, RV, workshop, boat and survival...
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BE A HERO. WASTE ZERO. Discover a better way to compost with clean & convenient collection that supports local farms & gardens. Composting is about more than waste reduction. Community composting done right is about food production, education, nutrition, job creation — it’s about community. Compost Cab is proud to partner with local urban farms, gardens, not-for-profits, and government agencies...
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Compost is what you get when yard and garden debris, kitchen scraps and other organic materials have completely broken down into a rich, dark, crumbly material. Gardeners call it “black gold,” because it is so rich in nutrients and adds so much value you when add it to your soil. Finished compost is also often called humus, but usually only in really serious sounding books written by uppity,...
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Members of the Maine Compost Team are available to assist facility operators from the ‘pre-planning’ phase of their composting operations through discussion of marketing options of the finished compost. While attending the week-long Maine Compost School will provide a compost facility operator with information on the biology of composting, development of recipes, and field trips to active...
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Compost Systems for Farms. Find the system that meets the needs of your farm. Municipal Systems Consulting Services. Find the services that meet the. O2Compost believes in keeping it simple. We have developed compost systems for every scale of operation, for every feedstock, and for every budget. We specialize in designing aerated compost systems and teaching the owners of these systems the...
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St. Louis Composting operates the largest composting facility in Missouri and is the largest composter in the St. Louis region, recycling more than one-third of. As any seasoned gardener or landscaper knows, the most important thing you can do to enhance a lawn or garden is to cultivate better soil. And the single best way to do that is to condition your soil with compost, one of the finest...
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CompostNow collects food scraps from residents and businesses to help them reduce waste and support local gardens. We collect food scraps from residents and businesses to help them reduce waste and support local gardens. Learn more. We currently service the Triangle (Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Apex, and Morrisville) and Asheville. Coming soon to Charlotte. Together you save...
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Low-maintenance and odorless composting toilet systems, with waterless and low-flush options. Ideal for seasonal cabins, full-time residences, and high-use public facilities. For sustainable green buildings and challenging septic sites. Trails we hiked were all exceptionally well managed: Permits were well organized and rangers were friendly and informative. And we saw almost no one else on...
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Your morning cup of coffee can be more than a great way to start your day – it can wake up your garden, too. Using coffee as compost and mulch adds nitrogen to the soil – an important nutrient for plants including tomatoes, roses and blueberries. Now composting your coffee is easier and more convenient than ever, with 100% certified compostable single-serve coffee pods. Your garden will be...
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We Compost It! provides curbside compost pickup for households and businesses from York, Cumberland and Androscoggin County in Maine. We help partners reduce their waste and garbage through clean, convenient, and cost effective composting pickup. Spring Harbor Hospital Director of Nutrition Services, Alex Gingrich, shares his experience with the We Compost It! commercial program. Commercial...
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Cedar Grove, an industry leading environmental solutions company, harnesses the vitality of organic waste by recycling it into innovative products. "With Cedar Grove’s help, we are completing the loop of responsible recycling practices by turning waste into a product that is used here at Safeco Field, as well as around the greater Puget Sound area,” said Joe Myhra, Seattle Mariners Vice...
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Through composting, we are keeping food waste out of landfills. By doing so, we are offsetting harmful GHGs, creating soil amendment for farms, gardens, schools and households throughout Greater Boston. See our stats here. READ MORE. We donate a portion of our compost to school and community gardening projects. We strive to raise awareness about food waste, composting, food systems and,...
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Hi Abbie, You are certainly not alone in wondering about this topic. It is widely known that earthworms can mix and enrich the soil, so naturally a LOT of people feel the urge to stock their own soil with gobs of worms. Unfortunately, this is a “chicken/egg” problem that most people get backwards. Earthworms don’t magically turn any soil into black gold. In fact, if you try to stock worms in...
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A compost pile starts out as a diverse pile of kitchen and garden “waste,” and matures into what soil scientists call biologically active organic matter: a dark, crumbly soil amendment that’s rich with beneficial fungi, bacteria and earthworms, as well as the enzymes and acids these life-forms release as they multiply. BFC Composting's goal is to provide our customers with a quality, nutrient...
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Urban Composting brings you the best Compost Tumbler for the home composter! Composting with this compost tumbler has never been so simple. This compost tumbler is more efficient than other compost bins. The core aeration tube is at the heart of this Compost Tumbler efficiency and speed in turning your food and garden wastes into rich compost. Again, oxygen is the key and this Composter gets it...
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First things first, let’s take a look at what Bokashi Composting is all about. In short, Bokashi is one of the quickest, cleanest and simple ways of turning kitchen scraps into beautifully nutritious compost. Instead of decomposing or rotting the waste, Bokashi is more of a pickling process. Because of that, it’s super quick and can be used to break down cooked foods, meat and dairy too....
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