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  1. Jody T
    Jody T at |

    They have wooden kits at http://www.composterbinsonline.com where you can build your own compost bin. Probably cheaper than making one from scratch.

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  2. Lucky Thornton
    Lucky Thornton at |

    You forgot one of the easiest and earth friendly one. Stacking four rubber tires and fill. When full, remove the tires, re stack, and put the uncomposted material back on the bottom! I love mine!!

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  3. Dea
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    Lucky, tires used to be safe to use back in our parents day, but vulcanized rubber, the type of rubber used now in tires, has been shown to leech heavy metals into surrounding soils. Not something we want to encourage…

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  4. Elsa
    Elsa at |

    I have been looking for ways to turn my yard waste into compost, but don’t want to put a lot of work into building an intricate system for it. I LOVED the idea to use a stackable bin. It’s cheap, it doesn’t take up a lot of space, and it’s still great for the environment. Thanks for all of these great ideas on converting yard waste to compost! I want to try this out!

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