Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Eco Composter

I was watching Ask This Old House, on Sunday as usual and seemed to be magnetized by the a unique sphere. A tumbler system, known as the Eco Composter, is ideal for breaking down material into rich nutrients. Food scraps and leaves can be easily added to this innovative airflow system. While the holes are beneficial, you also won't have to break your back turning your compost because this one rolls allowing for easy mixing. Made of recycled materials, this 71-gallon composter one-ups traditional 25 and 50-gallon closed bins. Its easy to assemble, costs roughly $170 with a strong base stand, and properly closes to avoid having animals eat any of your leftovers.

Source: Green Living 2009

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