Observe National Composting Awareness Week In May 2021

Standing in this modern era, we must admit the fact that there are a lot of environmental problems that we are dealing with. However, if we talk about the solutions, they are so close to us that we cannot even see them. If a nation is destroying its soul, it is actually destroying itself. Soil is a valuable resource that contributes to social, economic, and cultural development. Well, what we are trying to say is that composting is a very important act. It basically acts as a sponge, probiotic, and food source for the soil. Fortunately, there is a dedicated event for composting awareness; yes, we are actually talking about National Composting Awareness Week.

This process makes the soil more efficient and fertile; this process supports the complicated ecosystem that makes the soil healthy. Talking about the present situation, people are not actually highlighting this particular topic and as a result, a wide range of environmental problems are occurring.

I only feel angry when I see waste. When I see people throwing away things we could use.

Mother Teresa

People in Canada observe the National Composting Awareness Week in the very first week of May. This is undoubtedly one of the most comprehensive and largest educational initiatives regarding the compost industry. It was in 1995 when the National Composting Awareness Week was started in order to promote composting. Well, it grew when many organizations, schools, municipalities, businesses and people recognized the importance of composting. People gradually understand the long-term benefits that organic recycling offers. Talking about the main goal of the National Composting Awareness Week, well, it is to come forward together and raise public awareness on why people should start giving preference to organic recycling and composting. It also encourages people so that they can start using compost.

Significance of National Composting Awareness Week

We have made a brief elaboration of the importance of composting in order to let you realize the significance of the National Composting Awareness Week. During this week, many businesses and people come forward in order to celebrate and encourage composting. From large-scale composting to backyard composting- almost all types of composting are promoted. People take part in various events such as city and state proclamations, visiting with the legislators, compost workshops, school gardening programs and many more. Every year, a specific theme has been selected in order to promote this event. This thing encourages the artists so that they can come up with new content elaborating the importance of compost use and composting.

Here, we have added a few reasons to let you understand why building an awareness program about composting is important.
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