Food and garden waste should not be confused with general garbage, as they can be composted and recycled into soil. Opting to haul them separately to a recycling facility is a preferable choice over disposing of them in landfills, where they would decompose and produce methane gas. However, it's important to note that the collection and transport of organic waste by local providers to composting sites cannot be considered a Zero Waste solution, as it comes with environmental and cost implications. The reason is straightforward. Sending food waste to local composting facilities incurs the costs of transportation and the associated...
Are we there yet? This February, famed groundhog weather prognosticator Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow predicting six more weeks of winter... and how accurate was he, right? We are currently under winter storm Quinlan. However, no matter how long and strong this year's winter has been, spring is around the corner.
Climate change discussions are all over the news these days. Talking about how we can make a contribution to reduce GHG (greenhouse gas) emissions is a conversation that is very much related to our product, and one that we would like to include on this and future editions.
As the main image of this edition conveys, Composting at Home has been selected as 1 of 24 ways for us to make a direct impact to reducing carbon footprint and GHG emissions. Start composting today with HOTBIN!
- climate change
- Coffee Grounds
- Food waste composting
- Hot Composting
- HOTBIN Composting
- Spring composting
- Winter composting