Posted by Nancy in CO on January 25, 2007, 7:50 pm, in reply to "Re: Good changes"
Having been a composter for more years than I can remember, I've always looked at the huge amount of organic material that's produced every day in Mexico with a little bit of envy. Not only is there a never-ending supply, but the climate makes year-round composting a possibility. Where I live, in Colorado, my compost pile freezes solid at least 2 months and is partially frozen for another 2-3 months from fall to spring.|
If you could sell this as an economic issue--if you compost the leaves (and not the plastic) you won't have to pay the trash guys to take it away and you won't get in trouble for burning it--this could be helpful. I've always felt that the cost of trash collection, small as it seems to us, is one of the barriers to solving the trash issue in Mexico.
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