If you have even a small garden area you can compost.
Collect your compostable materials in any water tight vessel. Easy ways to remember what to compost - no fins, feathers or fur. Or - if it grew out of the soil it can go back into the soil.
compostable materials in a spot beside your plants. Toss in the compostable materials. Chop it up 2-3 times with shovel. Put the loose soil on top. You're done. In a very short time all of the compostable materials will be transformed into rich soil your garden will love.
The taste of freshly picked vegetables and herbs can not be matched - so giving the plants the best food at a reasonable cost is high on my to-do list.
Most of us have some kitchen prep scrape daily. What do you do with them? Put them in the trash? They could be smelly in a short time. Over a year how much do you think you throw away? Ten pounds? Thirty pounds? Whatever the amount, when you put it in the trash it has to be moved by a car to the transfer station or put in a barrel or bag for curbside pick up. Multiply the amount you dispose of annually by the number of households in your town and that is a lot of compostable material being moved over the country side.
Think carbon footprint here for a start.