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5 Tips For Smarter Composting - Everything You Need to Know About the Sustainable Practice

23 days ago   |   By PopSugar

Ready to go green? Composting food scraps and yard waste is an easy way to help the planet flourish, grow, and survive. More than 30 percent of what people throw away is compostable , meaning useful items end up in landfills and don't do the earth any good. The good news is that making compost is easier than you might think, meaning helping save the planet is, too.
The first and most important thing to know about this eco-friendly practice is being aware of what you can actually compost. Compostable goods consist of fruits, vegetables, eggshells, coffee grounds and filters, tea bags...
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