Nine easy tricks to start composting at home

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    Only certain food types can be composted, while other types will not break down and could attract pests.

    Fruits and vegetables, tea bags, coffee grounds, rice and grains, eggshells, flowers and cooked food without oil, dairy or meat can be composted.

    However, you should avoid adding bones, meat, fish, oils, butter, dairy and cooked food with oil, dairy and meat to your compost pile.

    You should also look out for products which advertise themselves as composable, such as bags and wipes – these are mainly compostable in industrial facilities rather than home settings.



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