So what can I compost?

Home composting is becoming ever more popular.  It can benefit the home garden through the use of kitchen scraps that would otherwise be waste which are broken down into a healthy, free and nutrient rich garden compost.

As we become more aware of the dangers of sending waste to landfill and the costs associated with doing so, composting our kitchen waste is a good environmental thing we can all do for the benefit of our communities.

But with all this enthusiasm, and your new compost bin ready to be filled, you need to be aware of what can be composted.  What should, and perhaps more importantly,  what should not be put in your home composter.

This website is designed to act as a guide for beginner composters.

If you have any suggestions please let me know.


So, Can I Compost….

Banana Skins Moss
Bread Mushrooms
Cat Litter
Christmas Tree Peppers
Cut Flowers Potato Skins & Peelings
Egg Boxes Rhubarb Leaves
Egg Shells Tea Bags
Grass Weeds

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