Posted by Paul Stamp on September 20, 2007
Allow me to put on my "Good Housekeeping" trite advice hat for a second...
As the leaves turn an autumnal hue, many of our end users' thoughts will turn towards preparing their yard for the winter. Why not turn this into an opportunity for both environmental responsibility and security awareness by promoting composting?
Discarded credit card offers, bank statements, mixed with old leaves, kitchen waste and yard clippings will quickly become unreadable without them ever having to be left in the trash on the curbside. And come next year will they'll be a useful fertilizer for the lawn or beds.
Perhaps adding a horticultural element to a security awareness program will reach some people we've not managed to reach before. A good guide to composting can be found here. Just a thought, eh?
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