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NOTE: Care must be taken not to over water, as otherwise the heap will turn into an anerobic (devoid of oxygen) mass. The water content should be just enough so that the heap remains somewhat "moist" and not "wet".
Also it is important to turn the heap around at least once in 10 days. Just use a short handled spade or hand rake to churn the heap around. This will help oxygenate the waste.
Lastly, if you are able to get your hands on some cow dung, preferably fresh, then mix this with plain water to make a slurry and pour over the waste heap as a once in the cycle method. This does wonders in breaking down the waste and turning it into manure.