Why not watch our worm composting video below, and start to do your own home composting?
Top Composting Tips:
Speed of composting varies with the material you put in,
the moisture content, how finely you chop, and the size of the pile. It may be weeks, months or years.
Try to put in two parts high-carbon material to one part high-nitrogen material. High-carbon material includes leaves, straw, sawdust, and wood chips. High-nitrogen material includes food scraps (no fats, oils, or dairy), grass clippings, urine, manure (from herbivores only). If you depart from the 2:1 ratio by adding more high-carbon material, you will slow down the process. Too much high-nitrogen material will cause the pile to stink unless you turn it over from time to time. Keep the pile damp but not wet.