5 thoughts on “Can I Compost That?

  1. This is a useful infographic except that most teabags ( muslin excluded) contain plastic fibres and so should not be composted. I guess You could empty the tealeaves from each bag. We now use loose-leaf tea. ��

  2. Another consideration: steak, rib, chicken bones can be burned along with wood in a woodstove producing calcium and phosphorus rich ash. Composting this makes these vital nutrients available to produce healthier produce.

    Also, milk/protein drink/cream cartons are entirely recyclable.

  3. Why not meat or cheese? We compost all our meat and cheese and it’s fine. We don’t even really compost properly, but haven’t had issues. What’s the reasoning behind no meat? Is there a chance it could make us sick?

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