City-dweller? 5 Reasons YOU Should Care About Compost

You might think that if you’ve no garden, no spare-time, or maybe no desire whatsoever to get green-fingered, then compost isn’t anything to do with you. But that’s where you’re wrong: compost is relevant for everyone, and it’s worth celebrating… 

Compost is worth celebrating, no matter where you live. And the easiest way for you to get composting is to use your FOOD CADDY. If you are in any doubt or don’t have a caddy, just contact your local council. Here are some guidelines for what to put in… as you can see, it’s so simple!

what to put in your food caddy
what you can't put in your food caddy

5th to 11th May 2019

As many gardeners know composting is a great way to turn food and garden waste back into plant food. It’s also great for the environment adding nutrients to soil, reducing the need for chemical fertilisers, producing helpful bacteria that break down organic waste and cut greenhouse gas emissions from landfill sites.

If your rubbish bin is overflowing with leftovers, vegetable peelings, and tea bags, why not put it on a diet? It’s easy to do. Recycling your food waste instead of putting it in the bin only takes a little effort and is an easy way to help protect the environment and save your local council money they can spend on local services.

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