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Rotary Washing Lines – Reviewed

Rotary washing lines provide the drying space and convenience to get your family’s washing dry quickly and with minimum fuss. Rotating in the wind to ensure even drying, our favourite rotary lines are feature rich and make a compelling choice for anyone wanting to dry their clothes naturally. Rotary washing lines needn’t be a permanent […]

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Bokashi Composters – Reviewed

With a Bokashi Kitchen Composter you can recycle your kitchen scraps including meat, fish and dairy products with no smells and no flies. Here we take a look at 1 of the best. Blackwall Bokashi Composter Our Rating:      RRP: £44.99 for two, (including Bokashi bran) Dimensions: 32cm wide x 25cm deep x 37cm high Weight: […]

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Start seedlings in an eggshell for a nutrient boost

Start seedlings in an egg shell and, when ready, plant the entire thing. The egg shells will naturally compost providing your plants with valuable nutrients. Unless you’re a chef or an Olympic athlete who eats twelve egg whites for breakfast, it’s not practical to start a whole season of vegetable seedlings in eggshells. But, if […]

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Wormeries – Reviewed

A Wormery will make quick and easy work of recycling your kitchen scraps, and the resulting compost is the best you can get. As a bonus, your wormery will supply you with a steady supply of liquid plant feed. Here we review some of the best: Can-O-Worms Value Pack Wormery Kit Review Our Rating:      RRP: […]

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Managing Your Household Waste

Cleaning and maintaining a home can create a huge amount of rubbish and manufacturers, shops and councils are all realising that waste is just that, a waste. Even so, we still seem to be filling bins at an unprecedented rate, throwing out nearly a tonne of rubbish from our homes each year. While we all […]

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Bokashi and your garden

A quick guide to transferring your Bokashi compost to the garden Kitchen waste treated with Bokashi will break down incredibly quickly when transferred to the garden, but for best results, read our quick guide: 1. Dig the bokashi compost into the garden Fermented bokashi waste doesn’t necessarily have to be thrown on the compost heap, […]

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Getting Started With Bokashi Composting

Follow this guide to getting started with bokashi composting to get the best out of your kitchen composter : What’s in the box? Setting up your Bokashi Bin How to use the Bokashi Kitchen Composter What’s in the box? The kit includes: A bokashi indoor composter complete with drainage tap, lid, handle and inner drain […]

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Do you Bokashi?

Do you Bokashi? If so, how do you Bokashi? Is Bokashi-ing an easy part of your daily routine, or is it a chore? Have you persuaded others to Bokashi? Have your say on ooffoo, the Natural Collection’s new blog for eco-enthusiasts. Launched in November 2008, ooffoo is described as an ‘exciting eco space where it’s […]

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Recycling food waste – it’s a no-brainer mate!

Australia’s community and environment forum zoom in on some scary stats and remind us that, yes, we need to reuse and recycle, but one of the best ways to live a low-impact lifestyle is not to produce the waste in the first place. This is where composting comes in. If we can channel food waste […]

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