Earthcycle Packaging Ltd. | Simple. Natural. The Smart Choice - composting

By: Earthcycle  09-12-2011
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View of Earthcycle Packaging decomposing in your compost bin

Composting is the controlled biological break-down of organic matter (such as food scraps, yard trimmings and Earthcycle Packaging) into a humus or soil-like material, which is used as a natural fertilizer to improve soil structure.

Disposing of Earthcycle is easy! Simply throw it into your backyard or balcony composter, include it in curb-side collection programs for organic waste, or return it to retail managed compost return and pick-up. Also, if you compost at home, just as is typical for thick, pulpy food scraps like grapefruit rinds and banana peels, cut or tear the packaging into smaller pieces so that it will break down faster.

For detailed composting information and tips, here are some links to resources for you:



Keywords: Compost

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