• Composting Guide

    In order to keep current with our Green Initiative, we are happy to announce the addition of our Aero-bin composting bins! These bins, located at The Woods at Latimer and Woodlawn Crossing are for the use of all Abodes residents. Why should you compost? This is why:

    Human beings produce incredibly large amounts of waste every year, and there is limited space in landfills to hold it all. As such, green processes like recycling and composting have one main objective: They reduce the total amount of solid waste each person produces. If you compost, you're reducing the amount of garbage being placed in landfills. Compost also produces a potent natural fertilizer you can use in your garden or houseplants that will have less detrimental effects on the environment than its synthetic variants.

    *If you are ever unsure on what to compost or not compost, please look it up on the internet first*

    What to compost… (break in to small pieces)
    Fruit Peels (not limes) and cores
    Coffee Grinds and Filters
    Corn Husks
    Crushed Egg Shells
    Vegetable Trimmings and Scraps
    Old Bread, Crackers, Grains, Nuts Shells
    Tea Leaves and Bags
    What NOT to compost…
    Milk Products (incl cheese, yogurt, sour cream, etc)
    Meat Products (incl fish, chicken, etc)
    Fat, Grease, Oils
    Pet Waste
    Peanut Butter
    Salad Dressings
    Ashes, including fireplace ashes
    Start your composting habit now by putting the above mentioned items (on left) in the bin by lifting up the top lid. You can use the compost to water your houseplants with the run-off, use the soil for your plants, or grow vegetables in pots on your own deck!

940 S Clarizz Blvd #25, Bloomington, IN 47401, USA (812) 333-3333