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The practice of composting is gaining more and more followers

Around 40% of all the waste we produce every day is organic waste.

By composting, we not only reduce the amount of waste that goes to landfill (where it can generate methane), but we also eliminate the need to buy compost or fertiliser for our flowerbeds, gardens, pots and planters. It can be said that composting is the most appropriate destination for our organic waste, helping to reduce our environmental footprint.

The composting process

  • Composting is a 100% natural and environmentally friendly process;
  • The composter allows organic matter to be recycled;
  • The compost obtained is returned to the soil as a natural fertiliser.

What are the benefits of compost?

  • Very rich in nutrients
  • Improves soil structure and water retention
  • Improves plant growth
  • Promotes waste reduction, turning waste into life

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