Growing up, in our school we used to have a little rubbermaid box it sat on the counter and all the lunch scraps went into it. It was a class of 24 or so and it had worms in it (earthworms) they worked the compost faster and it didn't smell or anything it was rely easy I would google worm composting.
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I'm the same way = although I don't live in an apartment, I have a small yard. Somebody told me that Lowe's had a small compost bin that you turn to mix. I may run out there today and I'll let you know. T
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Does anyone here compost? I'd love to start doing it, but I live in an apartment without any kind of yard or outdoor space. Does anyone know of a good, small, non-smell-producing indoor compost bin? It makes me sad to see all my apple cores go to waste!
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