Nikki Katsuki, Vital Choice Inc. attended the class about how to compost our wastes provided by NYC Compost Project in Queens, the Department of Sanitation's Bureau of Waste Prevention, Reuse and Recycling on 6/7/11 at Queens County Farm, NY. The project encourages people live in New York City to compost our everyday wastes to reuse our natural resources in smart way. After setting up our bin for serving warmth and moisture in and keeping pets, rodents, and other pest out, we may start putting some organic materials, which are categorized into two parts, ones are greens and the other ones are browns. Greens such as green plants, fresh leaves, fruit and vegetables scraps, coffee grounds and tea bags, manure and bedding from animals that only eat plants, provide moisture and nitrogen. On the other hand, browns such as fall leaves dry plant material, bread and grains, egg shells, corncobs, shredded paper, wood ashes, provide driness and carbon. We should put both of them of 50/50 by volume to make perfect compost. It takes about few months to get done, but usually takes little longer in winter time due to lower temperature. Why don't we start it right now?