For many of you, composting goes hand in hand with open spaces, farms, and backyards.
So what about those folks living in urban settings, where backyards are virtually non-existant and open spaces are confined to city parks and stretches of concrete? Are they compost-exempt?
A recent article in the New York Times graciously lists some city friendly composting devices that will help connect urban dwellers with newfound composting routines, as they make strides in reducing their food waste.
A quick summary:
- Blanco, a sleek bin embedded into your kitchen counter
- NatureMill, “compost made easy”
- Worm Factory 360, if you are comfortable with worms in your apartment, this ones for you!
- Envirocycle Mini, if you do have access to outdoor space, this could be a great option
- Vokashi, a compost pick up and drop off service
Check out our food & garden summer camp where we collaborate with master-composters to teach our campers the fundamentals of composting.