article The biggest issue with toilets is that they take up valuable space.

The first step to reducing waste is composting.

If you’ve got a composting tank, it’s a good idea to set up a compost bin to store the rubbish.

This way you’ll get more use out of it.

But before you start, you’ll need to ensure that you’ve built up enough compost.

Here’s what you need to do to make composting your new best friend.

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Start by removing the old toilet paper.

When you’re done, make sure that your compost bin is empty.

It’s easy to accidentally remove all the old paper from your compost pile, and it will be a waste of precious space.

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Put a lid on the bin and put the toilet paper back in.

The lid should stay in place.

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Make sure the compost bin doesn’t overflow.

Empty the composting tray in a dishwasher, and put it in the bin.

If there are any leftovers, put them back in the compost.

4.

Fill up the compost bucket with water.

If the compost tank is big enough, use a bucket that’s large enough for the whole compost pile.

Make the compost pot as big as you can, and fill it up with water as soon as you’re finished.

5.

Fill the compost bowl with sand.

This will make the compost more stable.

Sand will make your compost stick to the sides of the bin, which will help keep it from spilling over.

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Put the compost into a bag.

Put your compost in a plastic bag, and seal it shut.

This is important, as it will keep the compost from breaking down.

7.

Fill your compost bucket to the brim.

Place your compost into the compost container, and top it up to about 20% of the original volume.

The compost should be filled to the top of the container.

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Fill it up again with sand, and place the container back into the bin to make sure it stays in place and you don’t overflow the compost pile!

Clean up the waste The best composting toilets also remove all traces of food waste, such as food wrappers and other food packaging.

That’s good, but it’s also important to avoid water.

The more you remove food waste from your toilet, the less likely it is to become food spoilage, and the better your toilet will do.

If your toilet does have a sink, you can use it to make a compost bowl.

Put about 20 litres of water into the bowl, and make sure the bowl is big and wide enough to fit the compost in.

Put sand into the bucket to fill it with sand so it stays filled up.

You can fill the compost with sand and then pour water into it to fill the bucket.

You don’t need to fill your compost bowl to the full height of the compost, but you’ll want to keep it above water level.

Clean up any remaining food waste You should also make sure you’ve not left any food in the bowl.

You need to remove any food scraps that you have left in your compost.

Clean it up by using a sponge to remove food scraps from the bowl or bucket.

This helps keep the waste away from your toilets sink, and keeps it out of the water.

It also helps to use a cloth to wipe down the bowl and compost bin, and use a plastic bucket to clean up any spilled food.

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Make your compost more attractive.

If any of the food scraps remain after washing and washing, you’ve probably left food on the toilet.

To make the bowl more attractive, make a couple of changes.

Make it more comfortable.

The bowl should be more comfortable to sit on, and your compost should have a better grip on the sides.

Try to make the pot more of a bowl, because it helps hold the waste down.

Alternatively, try using a bucket lid that’s larger than the compost pan, and a plastic basket to hold the food.

You might need to make it a little bigger than your compost pot.

If this doesn’t work, you could try a plastic compost bag.

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Clean out your composting bin.

You could try to use some plastic to cover the lid, but the plastic can also get mouldy and will probably just clog up the bin in no time.

You’ll need a disposable toilet paper roll to wipe the paper down.