Can you compost cereal?
Moreover, can you compost cereal boxes?
Any type of corrugated cardboard can be used in compost as long as it is broken into small pieces. Flat cardboard – This type of cardboard is most often found as cereal boxes, drink boxes, shoe boxes and other similar flat-surfaced cardboards. These types are more difficult to compost.
Additionally, what can go into compost? Good things to compost include vegetable peelings, fruit waste, teabags, plant prunings and grass cuttings. These are fast to break down and provide important nitrogen as well as moisture. It's also good to include things such as cardboard egg boxes, scrunched up paper and fallen leaves.
Furthermore, what should you not put in compost?
- Dog and Cat Poop. Horse, cow, chicken and rabbit droppings are great additions to your compost pile.
- Tea and Coffee Bags.
- Citrus Peels and Onions.
- Fish and Meat Scraps.
- Glossy or Coated Paper.
- Sticky Labels on Fruits and Vegetables.
- Coal Fire Ash.
- Sawdust From Treated Wood.
Can you compost jam?
Compost this. Fruit and vegetable scraps (including banana peels, citrus rinds, moldy lettuce and even jack-o'-lanterns). Jam, jelly and other fruit preserves. Balloons, gloves and condoms made from latex.