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.
What is the Right Mix of Ingredients to Spring-up My Composting Pile?
Here are some ideas to get you started today! Depending on where you live (and weather permitting), the early spring season provides an endless supply of ingredients to start a composting pile.
Which is the most efficient composter? Hands down… hot composters are the most efficient and here is why: The term "hot composting" refers to a method in which microbial activity within the composting pile is optimized, resulting in finished compost faster. If producing compost fast is not something you want… all is good. However, if producing compost fast is what you are looking for… a hot composter is what you will need. With a hot composter, all you will need is the right device and a good set of instructions that will assist you to start composting quickly and easily. ...
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.