The Pet Poo Pocket Guide: How to Safely Compost and Recycle Pet Waste
The Pet Poo Pocket Guide: How to Safely Compost and Recycle Pet Waste

The EarthHero Library The Pet Poo Pocket Guide: How to Safely Compost and Recycle Pet Waste

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Did you know 83 million dogs and 96 million cats live in the USA? And dogs alone produce enough waste to fill over 1,000 football fields 1 foot deep every year! Learn how to reduce the impact of your furry friends with Rose Seemann's book The Pet Poo Pocket Guide: How to Safely Compost and Recycle Pet Waste. Printed on 100% post-consumer paper, this helpful guide gives you best practices for cycling pet waste back to nature, suggestions on how to tailor your approach in regards to your needs, and instructions for what to do with composted pet waste. Plus, each tip is labeled "easy", "moderate", or "hard", so you can find the path that works best for your life!
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At EarthHero, we're all about making sustainability more accessible. We also recognize that it's not always easy to do the right thing especially when you don't know what that is! We truly believe that sustainability shouldn't be a compromise or incite confusion or anxiety! That's why we work hard to help out our customers in every possible way we can. Whether that's providing your favorite plastic-free essentials, or creating blog content that takes a deep-dive into eco-textiles, environmental anxiety, or microplastics we want to be your one-stop resource. We've also come across some true eco-experts along the way. In our EarthHero Library you'll find a collection of books that have helped us wrap our heads around the difficulties facing our planet and the various ways that we, as people, can get involved. We hope they will bring you inspiration and advice, too!

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