You can compost at home many of your leftovers from Thanksgiving week-end feast with friends and family, divert them from reaching landfills, and turn them into rich compost. For sure, it is better to compost these leftovers, than trashing and sending them to landfills to rot and increase greenhouse gases and pollution.
One of HOTBIN’s biggest fans in the USA just sent me some pictures of pumpkins in front of his yard and photos of the same pumpkins one week after he added them into his HOTBIN composter. The initial volume of the pumpkins and some leaves he added to the mix, were drastically reduced and… the decomposition is already in process!
Home Composting should be an all-year affair including those of us living on wintry parts of the US and Canada. This of course, can only be possible if you are composting with a hot composter like HOTBIN.
Amending your soil with compost this fall, strengthen your plants to weather the upcoming winter season. Although spring seems to be the right time to give a boost to our gardens, the best time to add the necessary nutrients to our soil is right before winter.
Time to Steam Up your HOTBIN Composter ahead of Winter.The HOTBIN can work at 100-140°F all through winter, and Fall is the best time to kick-start it or be sure that internal temperature on the ‘green zone’ or at optional composting temperature.
- climate change
- Coffee Grounds
- Food waste composting
- Hot Composting
- HOTBIN Composting
- Spring composting
- Winter composting