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Barbed celestial being, could survive in the desert of stubborn, it is a kind of attitude to life!

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This is a great way to deal with your waste paper. I have put shredded paper in my compost for a few years now. But a word of advice,make sure you shred it and mix it up otherwise you just end up with big lumps of paper.

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Hey Mr. Green I love your poem. I am developing a section of my website to feature compost arts - especially poems. I would love to include yours with a link back to this page. Would that be okay?

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It's best to use shredded paper for compost if you can. I discovered that my local recycling plant won't deal with it and simply destroy rather than recycling. Apparently it's to difficult to process.

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I use my shredded paper for two things - to make fuel logs and also as a lining for my wormery.

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Too much carbon slows the process. If this happens, then always add nitrogen-rich materials like grass, alfalfa, or fertilizer.

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Thanks, i also read in somewhere that ironically the green color is the one people for recycle campaigns and stuff like that and is the most toxic one because it use more chemical stuff to make it.

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