Many people do not have much space for composting and although there are many compact, low space methods of composting it is often more effective to compost on a slightly larger scale. Huge scale composting like some local councils do requires collection and transport of compostable materials whereas local community composting doesn’t.

Sharewaste is a scheme that encourages and enables people to get in contact with local composters – I run a composting hub for a few local households and take their food waste which I compost in a hot bin (see separate post about this) but some people run larger scale community composting. Here is one example: