Worm Composting is a method of turning organic waste into a rich, dark, viable compost using earth worms. Worm composting can be done indoors or outdoors, thus allowing year round composting. The compost is made in a container filled with moistened bedding and Red Worms.
Add your food waste for a period of time, and the worms and micro-organisms will eventually convert the entire contents into rich compost . Setting up a worm bin isn't difficult. All you need is a suitable plastic ,wood or glass container, Suitable materials, and of course worms.
Any worms commonly labeled "Earthworms" will suffice ..however The earthworm best suited to worm composting are the Red Worms: (a/k/a red wiggler, or manure worm)
Once you've found a suitable container It will be necessary to create a damp bedding for the worms to thrive in, and to bury food waste in.