2. Dump – for the biodegradable materials, it can be deposited into a container or pile that is located at a distance from your home. These materials will start to compost and you can use them later for your garden.

3. Drain – following the initial sorting process, you have to drain off the liquids that are still inside the containers. For the non-fat containing fluids, you can simply pour them on the soil. For fatty oils and liquids, you may pour them on a small cat-hole dug and then cover that with dirt from the tunnel. It will help in preventing the attraction of insects and animals. Don’t forget that it isn’t ideal to mix oils and fats to a compost heap you’ve made from the “dump” step because it can affect and stop the process of composting.

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