Where can I compost? Composting sites range from multi-acre commercial leaf-collection fields to simple backyard composters sold by Comfort House. Compost systems are used in inner cities, in former vacant lots, and even on roof tops and balconies of schools and community buildings. Comfort House even has a mini-composter with odor control filters for indoor use in your kitchen.
CompostersShow your green streak the easy way with a backyard composter and help reduce landfill waste. Compost is simply decomposed organic matter that can supply the soil with a source of nutrients to support healthy plant life for your garden or vegetable patch.
Why should I compost? Composting is both practical and green. Composting waste organic materials from your home waste stream not only reduces the amount of solid wastes that need to be disposed of in our landfills but also provides your garden with rich materials to support growth of your plants and vegetables. This is your chance to personally make a difference and have a positive effect on the environment.
How do I compost? Simply by collecting your organic food wastes and storing them appropriately for the correct length of time.
Compost vegetable, fruit, and garden waste to help your new garden grow. It's a nearly effortless process on your part: put in scraps; take out compost.
Compost bins convert kitchen scraps and garden waste into food for microorganisms, which in turn supply the soil with a source of healthy nutrients to support healthy plant life. Find the perfect backyard composter, compost bin, or compost mixer at Comfort House.