Replacement Filters for Compost Bin

2 each

Retail Price: $5.99


Member Price: $3.95 (Save 34%)

2 each
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Why You’ll Love It

These charcoal filters are compatible with the 1.3 gallon stainless steel Natural Home Compost Bin, allowing you to store food scraps and kitchen waste right on your countertop until it’s ready for the compost pile. The filter fits right into the lid and makes composting more convenient by keeping the bin odor-free. Composting food waste is extremely environmentally-friendly because it not only reduces methane emissions from landfills, but also results in a valuable, nutrient-rich ingredient in organic farming. Each pack includes two charcoal replacement filters that can last for up to six months and can be cut to size, if desired.
SKU: 711473401842

Ingredients

Charcoal


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