How does your garden grow? With muck, muck and more muck! I spent much of today finishing the final muck box and then shifting muck from one box to the next. The first box, which the Big Lad is enthusiastically pointing out, has been rotting down for two years now and once we’d removed the top quarter of unrotted material, we found we’d hit the pay dirt.
Hamsters have returned from premature burial, travelled through the post in envelopes (a highly illegal practice) and contentedly shared pet cages with poisonous snakes.But still this is pretty damn special, plant general manager Tony Williams describes the journey the rubbish
"Some is shredded and then goes through the trammel - conveyor belts and grids which let the smaller pieces of waste fall through. It seems the hamster was small enough to pass through the 150mm gaps between the shredder blades, but big enough to pass along the trammel without dropping down."