May 19, 2021 3 min read
Singapore is known as the Garden City, but the concept of urban farming has only gained traction in recent years. As gardening and sustainable living grows in popularity amongst city dwellers, so does composting.
But before we dive into composting, let us first emphasize that there is a difference between food waste and food scraps.
Now that we understand the difference between food waste and food scraps, let’s get into the wonderful world of composting.
Compost is also a valuable soil additive. It improves drainage, is nutrients-rich and help your plants grow better.
Absolutely! If you have a small outdoor space and a little time on your hand you can explore these composting methods:
The rule of thumb is that if it is made from natural organic material, it is compostable. However, there are things we do not recommend for home composting like meat, dairy, and pet waste as these tend to attract critters and bad odour.
*May attract pests and create odour
Cotton, jojoba oil, tree resin and beeswax are organic compounds and will decompose in approximately 3-6 months.
Alternatively, consider these options before composting your beeswax wraps:
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