Since we started this blog in 2012, our most popular post of all time has been “How to Compost in Your Apartment,” an infographic that breaks down how to start a vermicomposting bin. Since then, we’ve heard from a few beginners who’ve had some questions about their worm bins. So we gathered them in one place and went to an expert for help. Here’s how she troubleshoots a few common vermicomposting challenges, like smells, fruit flies, escaping worms and more.
A recent study found that 67% of Americans would be willing to compost food waste if it was more convenient to do so. Since convenience means different things to different people, we thought we’d address a few common questions and issues that serve as barriers to composting at home. Hopefully some of these answers will help you find a solution that works for you.
Hello Compost launches a program to help low-income New York City residents trade in their food waste for locally grown fresh produce.
With commercial composting starting to take off, innovative businesses are harnessing the profit potential of turning everyday organic waste into compost for sale – savings tons of food from the landfill and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.