l can think of very few recycling systems that are as efficient as composting. Composting takes scraps that would otherwise be thrown away and converts them to a valuable ( and free!) garden soil amendment.
To store scraps throughout the day, I like to keep a covered plastic container next to my sink for fruit and vegetable scraps, egg shells, coffee grounds, and other compostables. Using a covered container keeps me from smelling the onion ends and is more aesthetically pleasing.
There are some decorative compost buckets out there, but with my system I get a few more uses out of a plastic container that will be trashed anyway.
When it gets yucky, I just toss it and use something else!
What do you use to store your scraps for compost? I’d love to hear about it in the comments to this post or on my page on Facebook!