Did you know dryer lint was compostable? How about old rags? Find out what other household items can (or can’t) be turned into plant food rather than landfill…
- Fruit and veggie scraps
- Coffee grounds and filters
- Nut shells
- Tea bags
- Pesticide-free leaves, grass, yard plant trimmings, and houseplants
- Paper, shredded newspaper, and paper towel & toilet rolls
- Rags (cotton or wool)
- Vacuum and dryer lint
- Fireplace ashes
- Hair and animal fur
- Sawdust, wood chips, hay, and straw
- Dairy products or eggs
- Fats, oils, lard, or grease
- Meat or fish scraps (or bones)
- Plants infested with insects or treated with pesticides
- Charcoal ash from the barbecue
- Animal waste or cat litter
- Yard trimmings treated with chemical pesticides
Visit the Environmental Protection Agency online to learn more about composting and for more information on this list of don’ts.
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