By: Allan Shepherd
114 pages, B/w illus
Introduces the concept of feed-and-forget composting with a simple recipe: kitchen scraps mixed with crumpled cardboard makes quality compost. The principle is that no organic rubbish should go into the dustbin - it contributes to the production of methane, a potent greenhouse gas. Also lists many organisations that will take and reuse non-compostable rubbish, along with suppliers for composting and waste disposal essentials.
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