Since I'm starting off residential, I was thinkin of saving the grass clippings and leaves from cleanup and putting them in a rolling bin composter that I found online. By next season I would have some compost to sell to my customers but also this stuff called compost tea which is a liquid bi-product of the composting process. The special composter allows the liquid to collect in a seperate container at the bottom to keep it seperate from the compost. The tea can then be diluted and apparently is a great fertilizer for flowers and small plants. I figure my customers don't want their grass clippings or leaves - just another way for an up an coming LCO to make a little more money with little effort. sound like another butty idea from the Eco-nut?