Monday, July 31, 2006

Waste collection in Mersing

Worm composting article

I've noticed that most people usually burn their garbage. I've been experimenting with composting, but it seems a bit labour intensive, and i'm afraid of wild boar coming to root through the waste. Has anybody experimented with composting? There was an article in the Star about using worms to compost so that there is less manual labour.

3 comments:

Shahril said...

Composting is good for the environment, less smoky air and better for making the soil better. This is in-line with the govt's emphasis on agriculture.

Anonymous said...

what does mersing mean?

mersing said...

Hmmmmmm not sure. But maybe Mer as in sea and Sing as in Singapore ? Though i'm sure some historians might have a better info on the name of this seaside town -)