Composting is one of the best ways to reduce trash, address climate change and lead a sustainable life. It is a traditional way to decompose waste that reduces our dependency on landfills and lowers greenhouse gas emissions.

Composting is a great way to recycle food scraps, yard trims, and other compostable items and manage your waste more sustainably. But not every compostable item is home compostable. There are a lot of materials that are compostable but need an industrial composting facility with controlled temperatures to disintegrate. 

Difference between Home Composting & Industrial Composting

Home Composting

  • Occurs at a lower uncontrolled temperature
  • Takes a long time to decompose

Industrial Composting

  • Operates in a highly controlled setting with specific temperatures and conditions
  • Faster decomposition

Composting Guide for Packaging Material



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