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High fiber composting

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High fiber composting is the mixing of kitchen waste (which is high in nitrogen) and cardboard and paper waste (high in carbon) to allow a balanced compost to form. Crumpling the cardboard helps to allow air in the heap, which avoids unnecessary work.

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