In autumn, on trash day, the pavement in my neighbourhood looks very much like this. In most of these garbage bags are… leaves! Leaves are not trash! They’re the most amazing carbon-rich material for your compost. Collect, shred (use your
Spring, summer and autumn have been busy months for us. We’re delighted that YOLOers have been creating hundred of kilograms of compost from their kitchen and garden waste. What a difference this makes to their trash output, saving not only
Our YOLO Compost Tumblers are now available through Hardware Solutions in Swaziland. You can order directly through their website or stop past their store to see the differed sizes and colours of our YOLO Compost Tumblers in person before you order.
I’m working my way through John Kohler’s videos on his YouTube Channel ‘GrowingYourGreens’. I’ve just finished watching a 38-minute video where he reviews 12 different compost tumblers. These are all tumblers that he has bought and has been using for
I am having a blast watching John Kohler’s energised videos on compost tumbling on his YouTube channel “GrowingYourGreens“. Passionate about compost tumbling, Kohler could be my brother-from-another-mother. Hahaha. This is what I’ve enjoyed from his video “How to Make Better Compost
I’m new to John Kohler’s Youtube Channel “GrowingYourGreens” and I’m delighted to have been directed here by a YOLO customer. Kohler is an avid veggie gardener and composter and he favours using compost tumblers. In this short video “#1 Reason
There’s no better time to have fun with pink than in February. We’re doing pink & grey YOLO Compost Tumblers for this month only. Our plastic supplier doesn’t usually keep pink on hand but they’re doing a special run for
As the YOLO manufacturer, you may be wondering what my YOLO contents look like. A friend also asked me to send him some photos.
In general, we recommend that you do not compost meats, dairy, fats and oils in your YOLO Compost Tumbler. Let’s take a look at why we prefer dairy not to be added to your YOLO.
What is your food waste situation looking like at home? Fruits and vegetables that have gone off can, of course, be composted, but our aim should be to compost the inedible / off-cuts from fruits and vegetables and not to use