Recycled Plastic Bins
Recycled Plastic Tumblers
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What Satisfied Customers Are Saying
By Sam I Am from Southern CA on 2/16/2015
When we bought our current property over 3 years ago, there was already one of these on the property, it was already pretty old and still in very good shape. With the right mix of carbon/nitrogen and H2O it composts fairly quickly, and has good capacity (we compost everything). Bought the 2nd so I can wait for the composting to finish while starting a 2nd batch. Easy to put together, sturdy enough, and the 'plastic' nuts/bolts are actually well-built/designed and much better than having steel screws that will rust over time (please, no rust in my dirt!). The compost at the bottom of the pile is easy enough to get at with the sliding panels - you just have to lie down on the ground and pull it out with a small hand trowel (and who doesn't like lying down out in the garden?). This is a good choice for a home composter.
My worm farm is up and running
By Pitchfixer from Fallbrook, CA on 2/13/2015
The composter went together quickly with the instructions provided, and I used both provided materials and soaked paper strips to get things started. After several months, my worms are thriving on the start-up materials, vegetable scraps from the kitchen, and coffee grounds. They're starting to migrate up to the second tray, into which I've put the most recent scraps.
I like the duel chambers
By carla from pahrump, nv. on 2/12/2015
I liked the duel chambers, but it is alot smaller than I thought it would be. It spins well.
By Susie Que from Des Moines,IA on 2/11/2015
Even with my old arthritic hands and shoulders this is so easy to use. The compost is the perfect grind or you can use the bin for food stuffs that don't need shredding. Simple to clean and saves counter space because there is no need for a second separate bin.
so good for Mother Earth
By grandma jean from fargo, nd on 2/9/2015
I purchased the smaller version of this 'apartment'several years ago. Buy this one. Those worms are hungry and if you tend to them well they will multiply quickly. The chelate supply in the smaller versions requires constant attention. I had to create a drip catcher that wouldn't get knocked over while the spigot was in the open position. Chipmunks were investigating and disrupted my first catch-all container. I think I needed to hire a doorman for the smaller worm apartment. So buy the big one. I keep mine going all year long. I move it inside our garage in the winter (yes it's heated) and back outside when the weather cooperates.
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