I have a worm farm in my kitchen that has no smell at all, everything goes in except proteins and fats. Coffee and tea goes in, newspapers, egg cartons, unglossy cardboard, and the worms chew them up, release a liquid that I put on my house plants. The worms climb up a story leaving the bottom level full of castings and then I empty the worm castings around my indoor and outdoor plants. Your bushes of the condo would be very happy to have that rich food. There are many sources; a catalog came today, "Gardener's Supply Company". Shop online gardeners.com. #39--424 Worm Factory $110.00 and red wiggler worms #02-232 $39.95.
Or, you can make your own farm for about $10.00 but it smelled and so I had to keep it in part of the garage that doesn't freeze, which meant I had to put a light bulb source of heat. The commercially made ones don't smell at all.
For instrutions, I Googled FYI worm farm and got several hits (About 245,000 results
For pet waste, I dig a hole in the back yard next to my huge garden compost and put a lid on it. I put waste in and nature takes care of it. You don't want to use it on your vegetable garden however. There are buckets you can buy to bury in the ground, but I didn't want to spend the money and there is really no need. There are no flies with this method. I Googled dog doo composting: