|I can’t:||I can:|
|1. Control what others, especially small children, put into the bin.|
|2. Change the weather, making it drier or warmer, etc.|
|3. Command the microbes to do their happy dance to heat up the piles.|
|4. Make stinky, compacted anaerobic bins break down quickly like the aerobic bins do.|
|5. Force the materials in the bin to break down uniformly into beautiful Insta-picture-worthy consistency.|
|6. Make people deposit materials with a proper C:N ratio.|
|7. Force urban “fauna” to GO AWAY.|
|8. Learn everything one needs to know about our compost system in just a few years.|
|9. Sustain an urban composting system all on my own.|
|10. Get down on myself over the many things beyond our control in a low cost, volunteer-run urban compost system.||Have fun and be patient:|
Keith Odell wrote:YOU!
Sounds like you are doing a fantastic job.
Keep up the good work, follow your "can's and cant's" and pat yourself on the back occasionally.
George said All this, unfortunately, makes for a lot to think about, especially for such a small and modest thing as a sign!
George Yacus wrote:Can we go to the COMPOST BINS!?"
bruce Fine wrote:just wondering
how's the worm production? might be ideal spot to incorporate a worm casing bed area ?