Each and every ton of composted food scraps depletes potential greenhouse gas emissions by a corresponding metric ton. It is evident that composting has the potential to make a significant impact on the environment. Kean University, a leader in sustainability education, is home to New Jersey's only Sustainability Sciences degree program and a custom aerobic composter. The University's ongoing environmental initiatives reflect a deep seated commitment to the responsible stewardship of our planet.
Contaminants can slow down or inhibit the composting process. Kean University's Dr. Nicholas Smith-Sebasto recently sat down with blogger Chaya Goodman to discuss tips and tricks for safe and efficient composting. To learn more read the full text of Goodman's article here: http://www.networx.com/article/preventing-contaminants-in-home-compost.