Even if you don’t own a garden, many local farmers will be willing to buy it from you to spread across their fields and crops – literally turning your rubbish into money. All you need do is invest in a compost bin and follow these six simple steps.
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If you put compostable materials in a regular waste bin, it is quite literally going to waste, specifically landfill. If you compost it, for use either in your own garden or to be collected by your local council, you’ll be reducing the amount of wasted materials and helping public gardens and allotments to thrive.
Some local authorities are halting garden waste collections over the winter. Whether or not this affects your household, it’s always a good time to improve the way you recycle garden waste and food scraps. To help you do it, we've put together some info and tips on making a compost heap and maintaining it throughout the year.