Composting is the decomposition of plant remains and other once-living materials to make an earthy, dark, crumbly substance that enriches soil. It is a process of recycling your kitchen and garden wastes, and is a critical step in reducing the volume of garbage needlessly sent to landfills for disposal. Composting is not a new idea. In the natural world, composting is what happens as leaves pile up on the forest floor and begin to decay. Eventually, nutrients from the rotting leaves are reclaimed by living roots. This completes nature’s recycling process.
Composting helps prevent global warming by reducing emissions of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas which gets produced when organic waste decomposes when buried in landfill sites.
The aerobic 'hot pile' community composters make composting simple, labour saving and hassle free for communities, offices and institutions. />
Aesthetically designed bamboo and metal leaf composters bring beauty and charm to your surroundings. Leaf composters are a great place to begin composting, if you haven't already, because they don't need much maintenance. Just add all your leaves and garden litter into the composter and water it daily.