"You just composted 2.31 ounces," the screen reads. "If everyone on campus composted this amount today, UW would save $1,181.00."
You may know that compost often makes for good fertilizer. But could your green-bin discards be brewed into something even more powerful?
Many people compost their food scraps and yard waste because they think it's the right thing to do.
When most people put their green-topped wheelie bin out for collection, they would not expect their general household waste to end up as compost, but an innovative Perth recycling facility has been making the conversion for ...
It's not out of a zombie film but it's close: used drywall can help bring dead soils back to life, according to a new University of Alberta study.
A team of researchers is running experiments this fall to understand what happens when salmon are exposed to rain runoff collected from one of Seattle's busiest highways.
With higher populations and limited space, urban areas are not often thought of as places for agriculture. A recent surge in community gardens, though, is bringing agriculture and gardens into the cities. And certain byproducts ...
(Phys.org) —A study conducted at the University of Strathclyde investigating the presence of Legionella in compost, has found that the bacteria exist in a significant number of commercial products.
Every summer for two months, hundreds of thousands of devout Hindus, some chanting hymns, trek high into the Himalayas in Indian Kashmir in a gruelling pilgrimage to a cave shrine.
With too many people chucking their garbage into neighbours' bins—or worse, the woods—to avoid paying for disposal, Poland has taken on a massive overhaul of its laissez-faire waste management system.