I never fail to be impressed by how ‘forgiving’ composting is.
A very exciting day for us! We dropped off stock of our YOLO Compost Tumblers at Takealot.com’s distribution centre this morning. We’re doing our two most popular colour combinations – green/yellow and brown/green – in our three sizes for Takealot.
I totally agree with this article on Science Daily that “Once they start composting, people find other ways to be ‘green’”.
We made a very special YOLO Compost Tumbler for Wendy a few weeks ago. By chance, we had some leftover blue plastic on hand from a YOLO Large Dog Kennel when her email came in. Wendy’s #1 colour choice was
This is what 22kg of compost from one large (200 litre) YOLO Compost Tumbler shell looks like. I started this shell with dry grass, shredded autumn leaves and some fresh grass cuttings from my never-turned, neglected compost heap 13 weeks
Small companies can make a big difference to their social and environmental impact both through their products and conscious efforts to reduce, reuse and recycle waste. In little over six months, YOLO Colours is already making a measurable difference with
Those of us fortunate enough to be enjoying these wonderful rains need to pay a little more attention to the contents of your YOLO.
We received our new double-walled boxes for our large YOLO Compost Tumblers last week. They’re very strong and, well, large! These boxes are returnable, which really means that we would like them back so that we can reuse each box
Lisa de Speville, Director of YOLO Colours, was recently asked to determine the social impact of the YOLO Compost Tumblers. As she had no idea how to measure this, she turned to Google. One of the dozen articles that she looked through
Chris Wilcock recently moved and he has been hard at work establishing a new vegetable garden. When Lisa bumped into him this past weekend, he remarked on how much better the bed with YOLO compost is doing than the bed into