We Love Making Compost!
Did you know that over 2/3 of the garbage that we generate on a weekly basis is compostable?
Did you know that many municipalities across the US are starting to require citizens to begin composting at home to reduce the amount of organic waste making its way to landfills?
Really, every homeowner can get started composting regardless of whether you live in a house, an apartment or on a farm.
All you need is some composting know-how and the commitment to start saving all your organic waste to be placed in your compost bin, compost tumbler or compost pile.
When you start composting you will not only be keeping unnecessary organic waste out of landfills, but you will also end up with great, nutrient-rich compost for your vegetable and flower gardens.
Why not consider getting started with composting at home–it is easier than you think! Remember, “Don’t throw it away, compost it!”
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Compost Making is Easy!
Compost making is not nearly as difficult as you may think. In fact, it is quite simple to learn how to compost.
There are many ways to make good compost. You can compost by creating a compost heap or compost pile.
You can compost in your backyard using a homemade compost bin.
But, did you know that you can also compost with worms? There are a number of great worm composting bins on the market that allow you to compost with worms indoors!
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Isn’t it time to do your part by reducing the amount of solid waste making its way into landfills?
How to Choose the Perfect Composter
More and more municpalities are requiring citizens to start composting as much of their solid waste as possible. Typically, composting is be done in heaps or piles; however, composters make composting easier, faster and more productive.
Composters come in many shapes and sizes these days. There are compost bins, compost tumblers, and worm composting bins.
Today’s composters speed up the composting process by containing the heat created by the composting process. This heat breaks down the organic material faster allowing you to have more usable compost for your garden in less time.
There are also composters on the market that capture the compost tea or compost leachate created by the composting process. Compost tea is another great source of nutrient-rich fertilizer for your garden.
Also, composters look better in your backyard than a compost pile or a compost bin made out of pallets.
GoodCompost.com works hard to bring you a great selection of composters to make your composting easier and more enjoyable. Be sure to stop by our store to check out our lastest selection of composters.