Food waste and biosolids produced at the 2010 Olympics goes to Whistler Village’s $15 million composting plant in Vancouver, one of the world’s greenest cities.
Now that the summer swelter is starting to dissipate, everyone is once again focused on their yard and winter gardens. Just because it is getting cooler and the available daylight is in noticeable decline, doesn’t mean you can’t have a productive and nutrient dense garden. Now is the time to plant all of those healthy […]
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Garden Compost Tumblers (5) are a great way to recycle your kitchen waste and soft yard clippings faster than stand alone composters. In fact, most tumblers will bioconvert at a 15-25% higher rate, producing buckets of nutrient-rich humus for your garden. While results may vary depending on a multitude of variables, the most important include: aeration, […]