"Composting is a popular green technique that gardeners use to enrich the soil of their flowers and vegetable gardens. Because it contains banana peels, eggshells, and other types of garbage, it is often done outdoors in one's yard. This can be a problem for people who live in apartments; however, a person doesn't need to live in a house or have a yard to compost. People who live in condos or apartments can also make compost for their potted plants, and they can even do it right from their kitchen. Vermicomposting is a popular composting method for people who live in condos. It is discreet, is odor-free when properly maintained, and can be done in a small bin."
And, if you'd like more info on composting in apartments and other types of housing or working environments, drop by the Sustainable Living Festival in Melbourne on Friday (the 9th) between 4-5pm for a discussion on just that!