It's no bother composting kitchen scraps when you have this convenient tumbler near the back door. Our compact composter is sized just right to handle food scraps, and with a few quick spins, turn them into rich garden gold. When your compost is ready, just wheel it out to the garden. The big hinged door makes access easy. Tubular steel frame has rust-resistant powder coating.
Air-tight bucket lets you collect multiple compost crocks’ worth of kitchen scraps before heading out to your compost bin. Twist-on/twist off lid with gasket contains odors. Across the country laws are being passed that prohibit food scraps in the trash. This collection bucket makes it easy to collect scraps for bringing to your municipal compost facility. Composting recycles food waste and turns it into a valuable soil amendment.
The Gardener's Supply Compost Tumbler has a smart design and high-quality materials which make this new compost tumbler super effective and easy to use. Just fill it up with garden refuse and kitchen scraps, slide the door closed and give it a turn every couple days. The built-in hand-holds provide easy leverage; a stabilizing inner crossbar helps breaks up compost during turning; black color absorbs heat. Rodent-proof design keeps pests out.
Keep food scraps out of the landfill and convert them to your own nutritious plant fertilizer. Within days, scraps will become liquid nutrition for your plants. The solids left behind will then compost in about six weeks if mixed into soil. Spray the included compost accelerator (a fermented fruit-extract with active microorganisms) onto scraps to promote faster decomposition and manage odors. Made in Australia.
If you're collecting your household organics for a municipal composting program, you know that a countertop crock only goes so far. Designed for easy hauling to and from the street, this 12-gallon bin will hold all your kitchen scraps until it's time to roll them to the curb.
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