Can you compost coffee filters?
Coffee filters are fine to compost in your Subpod.
Just be sure to avoid adding coffee filters lined with plastic coatings to your Subpod.
Although they will break down pretty quickly, a good tip is to tear them in half to compost faster.
Can I compost coffee grounds?
It’s no problem to add your coffee grounds into the Subpod as part of the mix with your other kitchen waste. In fact, worms thrive on the nutrients still present in the spent grounds. If you are thinking of composting all the coffee grounds from a ...
Can I compost dead worms?
It is fine to compost the dead worms in the Subpod. However, we recommend having plenty of bedding to dilute the rotting carcasses. This will ensure that your Subpod environment is still comfortable for the living worms still in your system. Luckily, ...
Can I compost peach and cherry pits?
While peach and cherry pits will not harm anything in your system they will take much longer to break down, and you will find that the rest of your compost would be ready before the pits. They will be fine to add to your Subpod as they won't fill up ...
Can I compost meat in Subpod?
It is possible to compost meat in your Subpod after 4 months. Start composting with fruit and vegetables, and once your Subpod is strong, you will be able to slowly start adding meat to your Subpod. We will be adding information to our Subpod Grow ...
How do you turn the compost?
To turn your compost we recommend that you use a compost aerator. You can purchase this through our webshop or you can purchase at garden shops and hardware stores. https://subpod.com/collections/all/products/subpod-compost-aerator When you add your ...