It is well known by now that reducing personal waste is essential for safeguarding the future of our beautiful planet. However, it is hard to know where to start and which items can be reused or recycled. Often those things we consider “disposable” actually have a lot of life left in them and can be used over and over again rather than being thrown immediately into a landfill. Take a look at your life and find ways that you can reduce waste and do your part to improve the environment. Start by learning to reuse these “disposable” products.
Rich compost is often referred to as the “black gold” of the garden, and with good reason! Compost can enrich your soil, add much-needed nutrients and help your plants grow strong and healthy. The average household produces a whopping 200 pounds of organic kitchen waste each year that is often wasted by being sent to a landfill.