Many people think that they can't compost because they don't have the room for it. However, there are new, smaller compost tumblers which make composting easy for everyone.
Composting is, of course, the process of turning food and plant wastes into valuable organic soil amendments.
This video, which I first saw on VOANews.com, shows local resident Christiana Aretta creating compost on her small apartment porch in Washington, D.C.
Aretta explains that no matter how big or small your garden is, you can still help keep waste out of the landfill by creating compost.
For those that don't have ANY backyard, Compost Cab can still help you to create compost.
Compost Cab is a new business which was started in March of 2010 to help more DC residents create compost.
They provide you with a container and instructions and then pick up your compost and deliver it to a nearby not-for-profit urban farm, where they’re transformed into the fertile soil needed to grow good, nutritious food for the local community. Everybody wins.
For more information about Compost Cab, visit their website.
And here is a link to the full article on Voice of America.
For links to many more articles on creating compost, see our resources page.