Can you compost dryer lint and vacuum dust? It’s a tough call. Both of these items can contain synthetic fibers, but if you know what you’re getting, the answer may be obvious to you.

Stuff to consider: What’s your clothing made of? Apparently dryer lint consists mostly of pieces of cotton coming off your stuff. However, I’d imagine there’s some synthetics in there.

I think vacuum bags are a much simpler answer as they’re mainly dirt, skin, hair and dust.

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