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One of the easiest ways to reduce waste and take care of the environment is to compost. Composting is a process where organic materials like leftover food, grass and leaves are left to biodegrade. What's left is compost, a nutrient-rich material that can be used to fertilize your garden, condition soil and act as a natural pesticide. At Walmart.com, you'll find an assortment of composters to recycle your organic waste and help protect the environment.
Many modern composters are made of recycled plastic, a sturdy and affordable material that's resistant to sun, rain and other bad weather. A popular choice is the tumbling composter. Just put in your organic matter, close the door and turn it every few days. With tumbling composters, you don't have to worry about getting your hands dirty by digging and mixing your compost pile. Some tumbling composters also have two chambers, so you can let one side finish composting while leaving a second side for fresh waste. If you're concerned about a plastic composter disrupting your backyard's decor, consider a composter bin made of natural materials like cedar wood.
Uses of compost
Once the material in your composter reaches a dark brown or black color with an earthy smell, it's ready to use. Compost works wonderfully as a natural fertilizer for gardens, especially raised-bed gardens. It's also a clean, simple and effective way to reuse organic matter that may accumulate from eating and from yard maintenance. You can also feel good about composting, knowing that you're contributing less waste and that you're helping to reduce your negative impact on the environment.