Kitchen Compost Crocks
This stainless steel counter top waste bin will add touch of style to your kitchen. Can easily be stored on the countertop or under the sink. Features: -Composter Capacity: 0.03.-Product Type: Kitchen/Countertop Composter.-Color: Silver.-Material: Met...
Measures: Each bag is 6 liters, .65 mil, measures 14" x 16" / 35cm x 40.5cm Box: 3.75" x 2.75" x 2.75" / 9.5cm x 7cm x 7cm Box has perforation for dispensing 50 bags. Meets compost standards by complying with the ASTM 6400 & EN13432 standards. BPI Certified and OK Compost Certified. Meets California Law SB1749. Compost along with the food scraps, peelings, egg shells, coffee grounds and other waste. Liners help to maintain the cleanliness for your compost pail. Perfect for taking with you when you walk your pets, too. Fits most keepers and pails. As printed on the bag, these bags are compostable in industrial facilities. Check locally, as these do not exist in many communities. Not Suitable for backyard composting. Norpro was founded in 1973 with a vision to design, manufacture, and supply the highest caliber kitchenware. Norpro’s offering of innovative, high quality product for cooking, preparing and serving food are produced with superior materials and craftsmanship.
Compost keeper for easy organic recycling - store peelings, egg shells, coffee grounds, loose tea, herbs, flowers, fruit and vegetable scraps for transfer to your garden composter. Attractive design you can leave on your countertop. Includes odor preventing filter in tight sealing lid. Easy to clean.
Kitchen Compost Bin - 1 Gallon Plastic (Polypropylene) Pail with Handle and Lid - Made of Recycled and Reclaimed Materials - Dishwasher Safe by EISCO
1 Gallon Pail with lid and handle for kitchen countertop;Made of recycled and reclaimed materials;Pail is dishwasher safe and wont break like porcelain.;Stores vegetable peelings, egg shells, coffee grinds and more until ready for transfer to outdoor composter;Great for your garden and the environment
This 60 gallon food and pet waste solar digester accepts household kitchen waste and leftovers, including raw and cooked meat, bones and pet waste. The solar food waste digester allows for quick breakdown of organic waste where waste disappears into t...
No one will guess this handsome crock is collecting food scraps for composting, so you can keep it right on the kitchen counter. An activated charcoal filter in the lid traps odors, and it's dishwasher-safe, too. Made of glazed ceramic, the crock comes with one 4-1/2" filter that lasts up to two months. Generous one-gallon capacity.
Includes a carbon filter reducing significantly any organic smells. Made from HDPE (High Density Polythylene). Replaceable carbon filters. Most practical way to collect all your organic waste. 2-Year warranty against manufacturers defect. Capacity: 9 L or 2.4 gal.. 8.5 in. L x 9 in. W x 11 in. H (1.4 lbs.).
Still using an ugly green plastic pail to save your food scraps? It's time to move on to something more stylish. Something you'll be proud to display on your countertop. No need to hide it in a cabinet or under the sink. Our Chef's Star carbon steel compost bin is the perfect home solution for those looking for an easy way to start composting. Composting is a free and simple way to make your own fertilizer while protecting the environment. It improves soil health and fertility by providing organic nutrient rich food for microorganisms, which will keep your soil healthy and balanced. Features: Made of premium quality carbon steel Convenient Half Gallon Size: small enough for your countertop, but large enough to hold several days worth of compost material Removable inner plastic pail makes it easy to use and clean: just wash with warm soapy water 100% chemical and odor free: DOES NOT harbor bacteria or leach unhealthy chemicals as plastic containers can do Built-in replaceable odor preventing filter, because nobody likes a smelly kitchen Carrying Handles Perfect for storing vegetable peelings, banana peels, fruit and vegetable scraps, eggshells, coffee grounds and other compost material. Dimensions: Height: 9.25" / 23.5 cm Body Height: 7.8" / 20 cm Outer Diameter: 6.5" / 16.5 cm
With stylish good looks and the same range of colored lids, the Urban Composter City has a 6 liter capacity. The Urban Composter City uses anaerobic composting to ferment your kitchen scraps right in the bucket, with no foul odors and no flies. Simply...
Stout E2430E85 13 Gallon 24" x 30" Heavy Duty Compostable Trash Bags, 45 Bags Per Case, ASTM6400, Green, Made in America by People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired
Engineered for the collection of organic waste. Will typically degrade in 10 to 45 days and biodegrade in less than six months in a commercial compost facility.An environmentally responsible alternative to new bags.
Worm Farming - Creating Compost At Home With Vermiculture: Learn To Create Compost From Kitchen Waste At Home (Inspiring Gardening Ideas Book 8)
"Worm Farming - Creating Compost At Home With Vermiculture" is for anyone who wants to know more about worm farming and creating high quality compost at home from their kitchen waste.Worm farming is seeing a massive increase in popularity as people seek natural and organic methods of farming and producing fruit, vegetables and flowers at home. This book is your complete guide to worm farming, taking you step-by-step through the entire process from selecting worms to building your worm farm to breeding your worms and much, much more.As you read this book you will get an in-depth insight into worm farming so you are able to build your own at home cheaply and easily and look after it so you get a regular supply of super nutritious worm compost for your plants!In "Worm Farming - Creating Compost At Home With Vermiculture" you will discover:- Vermiculture: What It Is and Why It Matters - find out why vermiculture is such a great way of producing high quality compost and why so many people are doing it at home- What You Need To Setup a Worm Farm - learn exactly what you need to build your own worm farm at home, it's cheaper and easier than you thought!- The Different Types of Worm - understand the different types of worms used in worm composting both in Europe and the USA so you can choose the right worm for your specific requirements- A Simple Worm Farm Plan - a guide to building your own worm farm that is cheap to make and easy to maintain- Feeding Your Worms for Excellent Compost - discover exactly what you should, and should not, be feeding your worms if you want high quality compost- Where to Locate Your Worm Bin - find out exactly where to position your worm bin so the worms are safe, happy and productive- The Best Bedding for Your Worms - learn what bedding you need to provide your worms so they can move around and break down the waste material efficiently- The Right Environment for Your Worms to Thrive - create the best environment for your worms so that they can thrive- Keeping Your Worm Population Under Control - worms can quickly multiply so you will learn how to keep your worm population from getting out of control- Harvesting Your Compost - learn how to harvest your compost without losing worms or valuable compost!- Making Worm Compost Tea - a beneficial by-product of worm farming which you will learn how to produce and use safely- Propagating Your Worms - find out more about helping your worms to multiply, how they mate and more so you can produce as many worms as you want- Pests, Enemies and Potential Problems - discover some of the potential pests and problems that will face your worms and how to overcome them- Creating a Worm Farming Business - a complete guide to creating your own profitable business farming and selling worms and their compost- Worm Farming Tips and Advice - some practical tips and advice helping you to run your worm farm properly and with as few problems as possible- Disaster Management - in case the worst happens, this chapter will guide you through recovering from a number of potential disasters- Worm Farming Jargon Explained - understand all of the jargon associated with worm farming including common Latin terms and other words used by worm farmers around the worldWorm farming is a really fun hobby and a great way to produce a high quality compost you can use on your plants. The resulting compost is highly beneficial to your plants and is often the secret sauce for prize winning gardeners.Enjoy your adventure into worm farming as "Worm Farming - Creating Compost At Home With Vermiculture" explains all about this exciting method of composting. Discover today how you can produce your own high quality compost from kitchen waste!
Still iffy about the wild world of composting? We’ve got your back. This bin keeps things odor-free and easy by letting you easily scoop scraps into a bin that you keep in your freezer for less mess (and flies). It's a mess-free way to keep scraps until you're ready to take them to your nearest collection center.