Ok, it's a slow night and in the process of rethinking my soil
structure building, I came across this part of an article.
The main website is chockablock full of great ideas and projects for
our young, as well. http://journeytoforever.org /
Anywhoose, sounds reasonable to me. Likely discussed here at some
point, but I'm being lazy and not checking the archives.
"Spread it on the ground, pile it up, add stuff or not....... Just
don't bag it up and throw it away. It's all good."
Just don't flush it either, it's all good. ;-)
The best form of liquid addition for compost is what some composters
primly call Household Compost Activator. Other people call it urine.
Don't be coy about it -- this is what should happen to urine rather
than wasting it by flushing it down the toilet. Develop a
self-righteous attitude about not wasting it -- but don't shout about
it too loud, modern city people like neighbours and so on can be funny
about these things, what they don't know won't hurt them.
First, urine is sterile. Second, it contains the drainage of every cell
in the body -- it's crammed with minerals and vitamins. Third, it
contains a lot of nitrogen -- that's one reason that it's silly to buy
nitrogen (there are others).
It shouldn't prove too difficult to arrange to have a few litres of
Household Compost Activator set by when it's time to make the compost.
You can use it neat, or mix it 50-50 with water, and add a capful of
seaweed emulsion while you're at it. Use a sprinkling can.
For further information and reassurance on this matter, see: Container
Farming -- Organic food production in the slums of Mexico City
More about nitrogen: well-made compost piles often end up containing
more nitrogen than they started off with -- up to 25% more. It's
provided by free-living nitrogen-fixing bacteria that thrive in a
compost pile and "fix" nitrogen from the copious supplies in the air.