Tag Archives: Central Florida

Where does the Water go?

From time to time we have people asking us about “water management” on our property. We also get a handful of people accusing us online of polluting the groundwater and/or discharging surface water. Neither of these concerns is true! Read more to find out why. Please review the following information which explains why our location […]

By scientific definition, organic matter means “Of, relating to, or derived from living matter.” It comes from living but decaying materials such as plants, microorganisms, worms, and many other things. One of the most common sources of organic matter is household waste, which must go through a pre-treatment process that will prepare it for the […]

The Top Benefits of Composting at Home

When people talk about the benefits of making compost at home, they usually focus on the reduction of waste as the top advantage. Unbeknownst to them, there are many more benefits of composting at home and it’s not at all centered on the reduction of household waste. Gardeners are delighted to know that they can […]

The Important Components of Waste Management For Composting

The solid waste management of municipal waste has initially four components: recycling, composting, disposal, and waste-to-energy via incineration. However, further studies revealed that there is no single approach that can be truly effective in the proper disposal of waste. That is why the Environmental Protection Agency and the United States federal government came up with […]

The Simple Ways of Segregating Waste

Have you ever tried to segregate your waste? To separate wet garbage from dry garbage? Ever wonder why the waste management system in your city is adamant that this should be done by every household or office building? The purpose of segregating waste is to make it easier for facilities to reuse the waste—recycle dry […]