Fruit & veggies just getting moldy
My housemate has a very nice actual compost container. Currently, it is on cement outside with no dirt, worms, paper, cardboard... anything.
Luckily, it's winter in Pennsylvania so the large amount of food waste put in the compost daily since mid October is molding slowly and isn't very smelly due to the cold...but I am pretty sure she is doing this incorrectly.
She claims she will get worms (eventually) and that it will be fine. I admit I know nothing about composting but this seems wrong to me.
Is is possible to save compost that is just fruit/veggie waste and egg shells with absolutely nothing added (not even a dirt floor!) that has been collecting of the course of 3 months?
Any imput would be greatly appreciated, thanks!