If you rue the waste of perfectly good vegetable peelings, but have neither garden nor compost bin, Premasagar’s idea may change the way you recycle!
As Premasagar writes on sicamp.org:
‘Social Compost’ [working title] would be a drop-dead simple website, based around an interactive map. There would be an option to add yourself to the map and to offer either kitchen peelings or mature compost. You could use the map to find others who are offering either peelings or compost.
So with Social Compost, those without gardens can find a loving home for their compostable waste.
As someone who religiously cleans, sorts and recycles rubbish, I hate to chuck out so much good fodder.
Visit Social Innovation Camp to register your support for this idea. One day Social Compost could be a reality.