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mgallacher
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« on: October 27, 2008, 03:00:19 PM »

Kind of related...

http://www.thewisegroup.co.uk/site/Content/Action-For-Tomorrow/Master-Composter-Programme.asp


Our Sustainable Development Department has secured funding from WRAP (Waste and Resource Action Plan) to manage one of ten new Master Composter programmes in Scotland.

The programme will encourage, advise and educate people in Glasgow about all aspects of home composting.  This forms a vital part of the Waste Aware Scotland ?Compost at Home? campaign - which has so far distributed nearly 200,000 compost bins to homes across Scotland.
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http://www.thewisegroup.co.uk/site/Content/Action-For-Tomorrow/Master-Composter-Programme.asp
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Clairwil
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« Reply #1 on: October 27, 2008, 09:22:07 PM »

That looks quite interesting. We're certainly not short of leaves to fill a compost bin anyway!
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