Compost bins come in a variety of shapes and sizes to suit your household's needs. You can easily compost your old and fallen leaves in the garden, all garden waste e.g. dead grass, weeds, cuttings from the hedge, food scraps, vegetable and fruit peels, tea bags etc. You can also compost your household's food waste or scraps.
A compost heap helps you to recycle the food waste in your household easily. Inside a compost heap, fungi, bacteria, insects, and a variety of small creatures such as worms feed on the decomposing food and vegetable matter helping to speed up the recycling process. This will help you to feed your plants, particularly pot plants, which need fresh nutrition every so often to keep their leaves looking healthy and shiny and help them to grow big and strong.
If you don't have a garden, some local councils provide white bags, green bags or compost and food bins and other means of recycling for collection of vegetable and garden waste for recycling. Contact your local council and ask about these facilities.
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