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PhotoHunt: Garbage

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This week's theme is "Garbage."

Gonna be fun to see what folks come up with for this week's interesting theme.

This is my compost bucket. I keep it in the house and put all my kitchen garbage in it (coffee grounds, eggshells, vegetable trimmings etc.). Every couple of days, I carry it outside and dump it into the compost pile. Composting is a great way to reduce the amount of garbage you have and make rich garden soil in the process. Plus composting appeals to our inner alchemist (even though Mother Nature does the work!).

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Comments (26)

Sue:

Excellent way to help our environment :) I like the way you mention alchemy. I never thought of it that way before, but that is so true lol :) Happy photo hunting, and thank you for checking out my entry for the week. Cheers!

liz:

What a very shiny compost bucket! Our local council has just started handing out plastic kitchen waste buckets that they will empty for those without compost heaps.

Great take on the theme. Composting is very rewarding. The garden surely loves the organic brew that is created.

Anna:

Great take on the theme.
Composting is great!

Have a nice weekend :)
Anna

Excellent idea. we do the same but our waste holder is nowhere near as shiny!

I'm going to start my compost pile as soon as we move in to our new house. That's a great way to help the environment.

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Annie, excellent take on this week's theme. Love the idea of composting and doing whatever we can to save the environment.

Have a great weekend!

Composting is great! I have to admit we haven't taken that step yet because we don't really want to keep a compost bin at home and our city doesn't take away residents' compost.

wow - that's so shiney and new looking... great kind of garbage!

Oooh, shiny! :-D

Great take on the theme, Annie. And way to go green!

Happy weekend.

YTSL:

Wow... have to say that I've heard of (and seen -- and smelled!) compost piles before but never a compost bucket. To which I'd say (write): great idea! :D

Great idea! Like the size of your composter...menehune

Mar:

Love your ecologic take on the theme!! and lovely shot for that, too.
Happy PH and weekend!

Eden:

That is some shiny and sturdy looking stainless steel composting bucket.. Great theme interpretation!

what a great way to save our planet.

bim:

The most stylish compost-kit I've ever seen :)

That is a good idea of your garbage compose pit. Happy weekend mine is up too.

WOW - your composter is far more attractive that ours! LOL

Our region has started collecting green waste which we put out in bins. The region then composts it all and gives it away for free twice a year. I'll admit that it cuts down on the flies outside. *smile*

Happy Saturday!

That is the prettiest trash by far!

srp:

I really want a compost unit... still trying to figure out how to do it without getting the homeowners association all mad. My construction trash or garbage is up.

That looks far too nice and shiny for a compost bucket :-)

Great photo. Kind of sad how you show how you "recycle" and I show how I can't.

jam:

I have to say well done!

Small world! I came across your site when looking up images from the film "Bread and Tulips"! I so much would like to see Venice. I have to visit vicariously, for now!

This bucket looks fit for cooking ;-)

Thanks for visiting and have a great week.

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