Updated: Feb 12
Did you know that egg shells are a huge source of calcium??
So, please please do not throw your egg shells into the trash.. This will just end up in landfills and probably not biodegrade at all
Steps to dispose wet waste (composting and otherwise) and reap its benefits:
a) Wash and leave the shells to dry naturally
b) Then break them into small bits (crush them to the smallest bits possible).. This helps in releasing the calcium in the shells
c) then just compost them, or simpler still, just bury them in the soil as a natural calcium fertiliser
Nothing complicated, an easy process to help Mother Earth and nurture our loving Mother Nature