Welcome to International Compost Awareness Week!

International Compost Awareness Week (ICAW) is the largest and most comprehensive education initiative of the compost industry. It is celebrated nationwide and in other countries each year during the first full week of May. Started in Canada in 1995, ICAW has continued to grow as more people, businesses, municipalities, schools and organizations are recognizing the importance of composting and the long-term benefits from organics recycling. The goal of the program is to raise the awareness of the public regarding the benefits of using compost. 

May is going to be a big month for Wiggly's as we'll be launching another wormery very soon - it's up there with the best!

But for now, remember that you can save on our Wormery Rescue Kits with our deal of the month - it really is the best time to dust off that old wormery and get it up and running again. https://www.wigglywigglers.co.uk/products/wormery-rescue-kit

PLUS we've also got fab savings on our Bokashi Organico Kits - find them here https://www.wigglywigglers.co.uk/collections/bokashi-organico-kits

You can also get an exclusive 10% discount from our friends Seep - save 10% on their full range of plastic-free, compostable & eco friendly cleaning products. Simply use the code WIGGLY10 at https://theseepcompany.com/

A question often asked is, "Why compost at all?" Well, the answer is simple. Over 50% of household waste is organic matter from our gardens and kitchens. If sent to landfill this organic waste gets buried under all the other waste and isn't exposed to air resulting in methane production which is harmful to the environment. It is also a missed opportunity to recycle waste into valuable garden compost.

Depending on the amount of space you have and the type of waste you need to compost there are several different options open to you. Even if you only have the tiniest space, such as a balcony, there is a solution.

View more info on getting started with Composting here https://www.wigglywigglers.co.uk/blogs/blog/composting-for-beginners

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