1 . Why Composting?

Composting provides a way not only of reducing the amount of waste that needs to be disposed of, but also of converting it into a product that is useful for gardening, landscaping, or house plants.

2. Composting is good for the land.

Composting is nature’s way of recycling, found in ancient woodlands and other natural soils across the world. It uses a natural process that still occurs worldwide to produce rich degraded organic matter, also known as humus.

3 . Composting reduces dependence on fossil fuels.

‘Home compost is always superior.’ Through the slower and more traditional method of composting at home, there is more assurance that everything has been well-broken down by the fungi and bacteria.

4 . You Can Compost Anything that has Lived or Grown Recently

Composting requires very little work and resources and it has a huge positive impact on the environment. And that’s why it’s the greenest thing you can do for our planet.