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You can compost your garden and kitchen waste at home using a home composter or you can take your green garden waste to one of the household waste recycling centres for bulk composting.
telephone: (01273) 292929
Upper hollingdean Rd Brighton
Kitchen and garden waste make up about 30% by weight of household rubbish and when in a landfill site cause the generation of landfill gas which contributes towards global warming and a toxic liquid called leachate. This waste can be composted, either by using a manufactured compost bin or one made by yourself. You can compost fruit and vegetable scraps, tea bags, coffee grounds, egg shells, cooked vegetables, grass cuttings, leaves, weeds, dead plant material, cardboard and kitchen paper (scrunched up).Do not compost meat and fish remains, dog and cat droppings, dairy products, vacuum cleaner contents, timber, plastic, glass or metal, tough woody material, perennial weeds or diseased plants.