Roy Gamlin

How to recycle plastic

How to recycle plastic

Before you can know how to recycle plastic, you need to know what type of plastic you have in your hand. There are many different types of plastic. Some are easy to recycle plastics that should be made use of. There are other types of plastic that are so difficult to recycle they have no
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Can you put citrus in compost?

Can you put Citrus in compost?

Citrus fruits are an important part of most peoples’ diets but there are many who worry about the effect that citrus fruit peels may have on their compost. So, here we consider, what some feel, a potential problem and ask: can you put citrus in compost? You can put citrus in compost. Citrus material is
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Can you put paper towels in the compost?

Can you put paper towels in the compost?

Someone contacted Rolypig.com and asked about putting paper towels in compost. Everyone uses paper towels, they are highly convenient and relatively cheap. Whenever there’s a spill it’s so easy to grab one from the roll to mop up and you’re done. But where do you dispose of it? All to often people throw it out
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Can you put broccoli in compost?

Can you put broccoli in compost?

You can put broccoli in compost. Broccoli must be classed as nitrate-rich ‘greens’. Depending on how much broccoli you want to put in the compost, it may need to be balanced with carbon-based ‘browns’ to make successful compost. Hydrated white lime will improve your compost as a whole. Some people love it, others hate it.
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Can you put avocado peels in compost?

Can you put avocado peels in compost?

You can put avocado peels in compost. Avocado peels need to be chopped as finely as possible to allow them to mix in with everything else in the compost. It may take a longer time for avocado peels to fully break down in compost. This won’t be a problem if they are fine-chopped. The compost
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What not to put in your compost pile

What not to put in your compost pile

Your compost bin is an ideal place to get rid of all that messy stuff that turns up from time to time. Anything that’s obviously gone bad, mouldy or just has a whiff, can go in the compost and you can then forget about it. You’ll never see it again because nature will take care
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