and the process through which it is recycled
What is composting?
Composting is the process of natural materials such as grass, leaves, and food scraps are broken down into what we call "compost".
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Why is compost beneficial to the Earth?
Composting is beneficial to the Earth for many reasons-
- It reduces eroding of soil.
- Reduces water loss.
- It provides important nutrients for plants.
- Reduces the amount of trash produced.
- Helps keep out pollutants.
What is the compost cycle?
The compost cycle is very simple. Natural materials such as grass clippings, leaves, and food scraps are put together, usually in a compost bin, and then they are gradually broken down into a material that is called hummus or compost. The speed at which the materials are broken down can be affected by changing the amount of heat in the compost.