Easy Tips For Starting a Compost Pile

Compost can improve grass health.

If you are looking for ways to improve your carbon footprint and help the environment, you should be composting. Starting compost is an excellent way to use all the different food waste and lawn clippings you have lying around. 

Composting is an excellent way to create fertilizer for your garden, and it can even be used for your grass and indoor plants. The only problem is many people don’t know how to get started.

Start Small – Tin Bin With Holes is a Good Starter Compost Bin

As with anything, you don’t want to start with too much on your plate. It is best to begin small. The recommended way to begin is with a tin bin that has holes in it. Most people use this when starting compost. You can even talk to one of your neighbors and get a starter compost if they are known to be composting already. 

Make sure that when you start your pile,  you only use plant-based food and grass clippings. You can also add in browns, which are mulch, leaves, and twigs. People tend not to add in meat or other products, as it can be unsanitary; however, these food items can be put in the compost bin when composting in your household.

Composting creates a natural fertilizer for your garden.

Benefits of Composting – Minimize Waste, Create Great Soil to Grow Your Garden

Composting doesn’t only keep garbage out of the landfill, but it also reduces your household waste, while creating a powerful substance that you can add to your garden. Compost is considered a natural fertilizer, as it contains millions of microorganisms that help keep the soil fresh and infuse the plants with nutrients that they need. 

Rather than purchase chemical fertilizers from the store, create your own compost pile and start to grow your garden like never before.

If you want more composting tips, contact Sunrise Sanitation today.

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