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Composting - It's Recycling...Naturally
Components of compostComponents of Compost
The process of composting uses the natural process of decay to change organic wastes (i.e., grass clippings, food scraps, and leaves) into a valuable, humus-like material known as compost.

Decay Process Factors
Building a compost pile or bin allows you to influence the natural decay process by controlling the following factors:
  • Air (oxygen)
  • Water
  • Food
  • Temperature

Speeding Up the Process
By managing these factors, you can speed up the otherwise naturally slow decay process.

For More Information
If you have any questions, would like to purchase our leaf compost or would like more details, download Composting...It's Recycling Naturally, a PDF presentation by the College of Agricultural Sciences at Pennsylvania State University. You may also contact us.