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Environment and Natural Resources » Waste Management

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  • EP23
    Community Composting: Composting Site Management Levels

    Landfills should manage yard wastes separately. Methods will vary depending on the volume and type of material, space available, and equipment.

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  • EP6
    Quick Composting

    Recipe for quick composting: 4 to 5 parts of organic materials to be composted; leaves, grass clippings, etc. plus 1 part of garden soil, along with nitrogen containing fertilizer.

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  • EP5
    Composting Troubleshooting Guide

    Causes & solutions for problems with compost, such as rotten odor, ammonia odor, incorrect temperature, and pests such as insects, raccoons, and rats.

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  • EP4
    Using Compost

    Compost can be beneficial in horticultural applications: Fertilization and soil improvement with organic matter, compost at planting, mulching, potting mix, top dressing for lawns.

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  • EP9

    Earthworms are among a gardener’s best allies, so consider how your actions affect the worms below its surface. The garden worm is often called nature’s plow. 1-page, B/W.

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