Yes, dryer lint can be composted, but it needs to be mixed with other things like manure, fruit rinds, plant material, and so on. It would be best if you already have a compost and just add it to that. You want to make sure that your compost consists mainly of the afore mentioned items, and not huge quantities of lint.
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