The following information has been provided byÂ Dave McKeon from Harrow Council
Compost is easy to make and provides one of the best quality soil conditioners that you can put on your garden and it’s free! It’s a great way to make use of your garden and kitchen waste such as fruit and vegetable peelings.
What to compost
â€¢ Shredded paper and torn card
â€¢ Rabbit/guinea pig bedding
â€¢ Dead cut flowers
â€¢ Soft hedge clippings
â€¢ Fallen leaves
â€¢ Grass cuttings
â€¢ Weeds (avoid persistent weeds and weeds in seed)
â€¢ Old plants
â€¢ Fruit and Vegetable Waste
Japanese knotweed must not be composted – please contact the council for advice.
Brown Bins in School
Items that can be placed in the brown bin for composting are:-
â€¢ Fruit waste
â€¢ Vegetable waste
â€¢ Tea bags
Definitely no cooked food, meat and bones
For more Information take a look at The London Borough of Harrow Website
Loredana LoVegan · June 3, 2009 at 3:10 pm
I like to read news like this one: educate children should be a priority, unfortunately it’s not always so. Well done, those children will be good citizens
Heena Modi · June 3, 2009 at 4:34 pm
Thanks for this!
I’m chuffed too 🙂
The children are the future right? So they HAVE to know, so that they can make their ‘home’ a better place. By ‘home’ I mean heir residence, are AND beyond. Everything has a knock on effect on everything else in the end.
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