Compost Bin, 1.3 Gallons

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Retail Price: $34.99


Our Price: $21.95 (Save 37%)

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Why You’ll Love It

An attractive addition to any kitchen countertop, this sturdy stainless steel compost bin is a convenient, odor-free way to store food scraps and kitchen waste. Keep your eggshells, vegetable peels, corncobs, and other organic materials sealed tight in this container until you’re ready to transfer them to your compost pile. Composting food waste is extremely environmentally-friendly because it not only reduces methane emissions from landfills, but the end result is a valuable, nutrient-rich ingredient in organic farming. This 1.3 gallon bin is made from recycled stainless steel and comes with one charcoal filter, which absorbs odor for up to six months.
SKU: 711473401309

Ingredients

Stainless Steel


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