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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!
Composting Leaves and Grass this Season?
Leaves are great to mix in on your HOTBIN Composting with easy to digest waste such as grass. If you have a large lawn and trees... you can mix grass and leaves 50/50 by volume, and add them into HOTBIN. This mix will get to 140o F and reduce rapidly enabling you to top up in 5-7 days.
I found an article that defines composting as ‘nature’s way of recycling.’ I couldn’t agree more with that definition, as nature is the power behind any method and existing composting device.For years, backyard composting in rural areas have existed with great success. However, there is limited participation in densely populated urban areas mostly due to garden space limitations, HOA restrictions, implementation challenges of local curbside programs, behaviors, and convenience (read more).The immediate solution to all articles read on the subject concludes that greater investment in education and infrastructure are required to confront these challenges. At HOTBIN, our mission is to...
When you add compost to your garden in the fall, you are improving the structure, quality and richness of the soil and making plants resistance to the coming season. Indeed, you are feeding essential microbial life within it.
Fall is also the best time to start composting and have a new batch of compost ready by early spring.