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Council permission for the composting location is currently pending. If the application has not been secured by the end of this campaign, no pledged funds will be transferred to the Project. Composting is the future! It is a great way to reduce the amount of general waste your household produces. A community compost in Greenbank Park will give local residents a sustainable and long-term facility for turning their food waste into nutritious soil. Compost users get a kitchen caddy for transporting their food waste into the community compost, along information and support in making sure the compost is a success. The compost is managed by Compost Works with locally recruited volunteers. The compost produced will be made available for use in local gardens, yards and allotments, or in other growing projects in the area.
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Why it's a great idea:
Composting is a simple way to connect with nature. You are putting back in what you took: food came from the soil, and now the food waste becomes soil again. Separating your food waste from plastic and other general waste is an important thing to do for the environment, and it can bring a feeling of doing good and making a positive lifestyle change. We all should do it. It can also give you the incentive to grow something with the soil produced in your community compost, with your food waste. You can also take notice of the amount of food waste your household produces and perhaps change your shopping habits, which can save you money. And, of course, kids will love seeing the worms and other critters in the compost doing their thing!
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About the space
Liverpool City Council
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