No room for a compost pile
As I don't have room for a compost pile, all kitchen scraps, (bar citrus and meat) and all weeds, well chopped, the finer the better, grass clippings, fresh horse or cow manure, whenever and whatever comes to hand, I put into recycled plastic shopping bags, and leave in the sun for 2/3 weeks, by which time the heat has gone and is ready to feed to the worms or lay a thin layer under the mulch or dug into holes between the plants or into the temporary paths between the beds. I regard my whole garden as a worm farm, and now only keep 3 styrofoam boxes to breed the worms, and as each box becomes crowded, I remove the mature breeders to a newly prepared box and empty the rest, bedding, castings, capsules and immature worms, straight under the mulch. Works a treat.
It would be interesting to learn how others get around the space problem for composting in small back yards.