Gallery: How To Start an Odor-Free Freezer Compost Bin as a City or Sma...

Are you saddened by the act of tossing out scraps of food when you know they could be more useful as compost? If you live in the city or a small space, it can be a struggle to get a compost going. A kitchen with bacteria, fungi or worm-filled containers will most likely not sit well with your roommates or significant other, and the typical city balcony or fire-escape often doesn't leave much space for anything more than a couple of plants — that is, if you're even lucky enough to have that space to claim as your own. While gadgets like the Naturemill will provide a great solution to these woes, if you're on a budget and can't afford to drop $300 (or don't even have the space for it if you could), then you might want to consider freezer composting. Read ahead for a few handy tips on how you can get in on the composting movement, conveniently and without odors, using your freezer.

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