The perfect match for today’s sleek, modern kitchen, this pail is also extremely practical. Stainless steel won’t take on the odors or colors of onions, garlic and other pungent food scraps. It easily rinses clean and is dishwasher-safe, too.
Red metal compost pail adds a vintage vibe and a convenient spot for collecting kitchen scraps for composting. Durable, powder-coated steel with a bail handle and wooden grip. Includes two 5-1/2" carbon filters to control odors.
Nestled in a chicken wire basket, this beautifully glazed crock looks right at home on your countertop. Only you will know it's there to collect fruit peels and vegetable scraps until it’s time to bring them out to the bin.
The copper-colored finish on the top and bottom of this sleek, stainless steel pail adds a touch of flair and give it a unique style that's at home in both traditional and modern kitchens. The straight sides make it easy to empty scraps into your compost bin. Includes two carbon filters.
Collecting kitchen scraps for composting shouldn't detract from your kitchen decor. This ceramic crock is attractive enough to keep on the kitchen counter, so there is no need to hide it under the sink. Glazed inside and out, the crock will never stain or absorb food odors, and it has an activated-carbon filter in the vented lid to trap odors.
Collect kitchen waste for your compost pile without collecting flies. This Odor-Free Compost Pail has a snap-lock lid and easy-to-replace carbon filters to eliminate food odors. Put it on your countertop, or mount it under your sink.
Made from long-lasting brushed stainless steel, this attractive compost pail is the perfect way to collect coffee grounds, vegetable peels and fruit cores until it's time
to bring them to the compost bin. Unlike ceramic crocks, it won't break — especially important if you're in the habit of banging your compost pail to empty it! The
vented lid conceals dual filters to reduce odors.
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