Back-yard composting training is given for residents who compost or would like to learn compost their biowaste at home. The training session takes about two hours. Residents can gather a small group of people and make arrangements with TRSWM for the composting expert to give them composting training. The training is free of charge.

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The organic fraction represents the 25-40% of urban waste produced by households. Usually, this quantity is designed to the disposal.

An action, that foresees the home composting in residential extensive areas (open country), can provide a sensitive reduction of waste quantity produced by households,  and a saving in economic terms.

Home composting seems to be the most advantageous system, in economic and environmental terms, for  the areas of low population density. The objective was double: Subtracting ar...

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Home composting is implemented in 18 of 24 districts of Sofia Municipality, mostly in suburban districts because it is not applicable in all districts in the municipality. Districts which are not covered by home composting could be involved in a separate collection of biodegradable household waste. As the whole districts are covered by service for collection of waste, this separate collection could give the possibility to divide the different waste streams in order to be treated at the centralized composting unit and to be produced compost.  It is expected as an overa...

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