Shallow, enclosed systems that use live worms to convert food scraps to compost.
Enclosed bins that are partially buried. A convenient way to reduce waste when you don't need compost.
A method where food scraps are buried in the soil at least one foot deep. Care must be taken with this method because food scraps can attract pests and rodents.
Can be used for food scraps but only if it is designed to keep out pests and rodents, like the Earth Machine.
What to Compost in Food Waste
- Fruits and vegetables
- Bread and grains
- Coffee grounds
- Tea bags
- Paper towels, napkins, plates
DO NOT Include
- Meat or animal products
- Dairy (cheese, butter, etc.)
- Oily foods