Has anyone used the screened compost from the Vancouver city landfill?? Is it any good? And can I add it to my garden right away or do I need to let it 'cook' for a while longer? Their website says the compost has already been left to sit for 12 months, but when I dug into the pile it was still steaming - which makes me think that it's not finished curing and that the detritivores are still finding materials to break down. And if that's true, isn't it risky for me to use it right away? Won't it burn or steal nutrients from my plants? Oh, and should I consider adding some kind of gravel (etc) to the soil+compost or will the compost improve my drainage on its own? A master gardener told me that the landfill's compost is relatively pH neutral and would be good to use in an area of my garden that needs lower levels of nitrogen than most. Does anyone know if that's true? So can I use the compost right away or do I have to wait until late summer (or next year) before it's safe enough to add to my garden?? And do I add it on top of my existing soil or mix it in (& to what depth)?? Thx!