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Why Keeping a Balanced Composting Act is Critical. For an aerobic composting process to work and be efficient, there needs to be what I like to call ‘A Composting Balancing Act ’. This balance refers to the amount of food-waste, bulking agent (mulch) and paper that is added each time a new batch of waste is loaded into a composting bin.
The HOTBIN has been in the market for over 10 years, and through the years we have collected many customer testimonials that answer many of these questions. The following are three extracts of our collection of testimonials, that are relevant to today’s topics. At HOTBIN, we hope that ding their experiences can help us put to rest some of your concerns and provide you with a few ‘how-to’ tools.
The answer is yes. You can compost in the suburbs whether you reside in a townhouse or a single home, all you need is a small space in your backyard. Composting in the suburbs is just as composting on a farm as long as you are mindful of odors and select the right composter to avoid problems with your neighbors.
Hot Composter vs. Cold Composter... Which one is better?
Both methods can do the job, thus the decision making is based on which method is a better fit for your goals and lifestyle. If the time to get composted soil, volume of waste, and the space is not an issue for you; then, a cold-composter can fit your needs. However, if you are serious in composting day-in and day-out; and season-in and season-out… you will want to select a hot composter that can do the job faster, allows you to keep adding more waste to previous batches, and works all year round.
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
- Coffee Grounds
- Food waste composting
- Hot Composting
- HOTBIN Composting
- Spring composting
- Winter composting