There are table-top containers that you can buy to put food scraps into. They should be ventilated, yet keep pests out. You can also throw your compost into the curbside compost container if your city provides one.
You can also compost in an automatic composter, like the one linked to below. It will reduce the amount of “compost smell” you’ll have to endure, since you don’t have to turn the compost by yourself. However, they also use electricity.
Vermicomposting (worm composting) is a great way to compost food scraps in a small space. Just purchase some worms, a bin and some bedding and patiently wait for your unwanted food to be turned into valuable compost.
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