Waste Composting

Waste Composting (Logo)Drum Composting (Header)

Additional Information About Composting Equipment

You are here: Bio-Composting Guide > Composting Bins > Where to do Waste Composting

Where To Do Waste Composting ?

Many people in rural areas already know the benefits of having a compost heap at home.

Not only is it a fantastic solution for trimming down the amount of waste that winds up in the local landfill, it also helps to create incredibly fertile soil for gardens and overall sustainable living.

Cultivate a compost heap from decomposed plants and animal wastes Organic kitchen waste work well in a compost pile

In some larger cities, both citizens and large business are now being encouraged by their governments to begin disposing their green waste sustainably in an industrial compost heap, rather than in landfills. For those looking to get into the composting movement, the first consideration needs to be where to do waste composting.

Composting is a modest technique to fuel plant growth and return liveliness to exhausted soil, simply by adding nutrient-rich humus. One can easily make this free environmentally friendly waste compost. The reason this compost is called "waste composting" is because it is literally produced from different types of wastes. You can cultivate a compost heap from disposed items right out of your home kitchen or even your yard. For example, different types of decomposed plants and animal wastes can be decomposed in a yard compost pile or through drum composting. Organic kitchen waste like orange peels, eggshells and even coffee grounds also work well in a compost pile.

Drum Composting Provides Advantages Over A Traditional Compost Heap

To begin a compost pile in your backyard, cordon off an area with a bit of wire fencing or even pick up some garden border material at your local hardware store. Make sure this area has sufficient shade but also good exposure to moisture and air to aid the organics in their decomposition. There is also a method called drum composting that provides many advantages over the traditional compost heap. Quite literally, compost is deposited into a container specifically designed to support decomposition of organic household waste. This method is often used by city dwellers, who don't have the space needed for a traditional compost heap. With the help of drum composting one can produce quality fertilizer for your plants and trees in convenient way.

Compost drums are available at most home and garden supply centers but it's also quite easy to make a homemade compost drum with just a few tools. An airtight and preferably opaque plastic container with an easy to open and shut lid is the best choice of vessel. First, holes should be drilled in the bottom of the drum for ventilation. Next, the drum composting vessel should be placed on bricks or blocks, lengthwise, so that air can pass beneath it. Then, simply add food scraps, leaves, yard cuttings, garbage and other waste, and close it for six weeks. If the compost is looking a little dry, you may need to add water. Along with the air that comes in naturally and the nitrogen that is released by the waste, the waste will quickly decompose into incredibly fertile humus.

Waste Composting Helps To Decrease The Quantity Of Waste

Whether one opts from drum composting or a traditional compost heap, both can contribute to a cleaner environment by decreasing the quantity of waste that gets carried to landfills. Once the material is transformed into a dark brown, crumbly product, the compost is ready to be used in a garden or flower box.

Sitemap   About Us   Contact   Privacy Policy & Disclaimer
© 2010-2018 Bio-Composting.de - All rights reserved

Waste composting can contribute to a cleaner environment by decreasing the quantity of waste at landfills