Fruit and vegetable leftovers, cheese and yogurts past their expiry date, eggshells, teabags, used coffee grounds, withered flowers, food and bread leftovers - every household generates biological waste, which, according to some estimates, accounts for half of the entire household waste. Yet with appropriate separate collection of these leftovers, we may actually not be generating waste, but resources for new life cycles. After all, biological waste is an excellent nourishment for the soil which later on yields: food! Good household waste, as listed above, can simply be disposed of onto the compost heap or buried in the gardening soil after decomposition. We shall make it rich!