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Compost Bins

Composting is a great way to help the planet and reduce waste in your kitchen. While some people have yet to move over to it due to the smell, new innovations like washable charcoal filters are making composting possible in all places, allowing storage inside the home or even an apartment. Benchtop compost bins and indoor compost bins provide the ability to keep your composting efficient, while still keeping your home smelling fresh. So it’s a win for you, and for the environment.

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Compost Bins

Composting is a great way to help the planet and reduce waste in your kitchen. While some people have yet to move over to it due to the smell, new innovations like washable charcoal filters are making composting possible in all places, allowing storage inside the home or even an apartment. Benchtop compost bins and indoor compost bins provide the ability to keep your composting efficient, while still keeping your home smelling fresh. So it’s a win for you, and for the environment.

What Is A Compost Bin?

A compost bin is a receptacle for storing food waste, such as cut off ends and skins of fruit and vegetables. Traditionally compost bins have been restricted to large bins kept outdoors due to the smell of the waste within. Due to innovations such as purpose-made indoor compost bins, bench top compost bins, and biodegradable bin liners, you can keep your composting material in the home for longer, reducing trips to the outside bin, while not having to deal with the smell.

What To Put In A Compost Bin

Compost bins are for food waste, most commonly vegetables and fruit. Egg shells can also be composted and are useful for adding calcium to soil mixes. Coffee grinds and loose tea leaves are also helpful in composting. Any non-meat and non-dairy food scraps can be composted. It’s also useful to be aware that some scraps are more useful for some plants than others. Researching the type of flora you are treating with compost can ensure you get the best out of your compost bins.

Indoor Compost Bin

Seed and Sprout’s indoor compost bin and mini compost bin will improve your composting game while keeping your kitchen fresh. Both feature stylish looks, with colour options to match your decor so that you can keep them on the bench without losing your style. The best part about these bins are the innovations that allow you to keep them in the house without getting that compost smell. Both bins feature a charcoal filter in the top to keep the smell inside. So you can add a stylish feature that’s good for your garden and the environment.

Biodegradable Bin Liners

Seed and Sprout’s biodegradable bin liners are a great addition to your composting game. These compostable bin liners will degrade in your compost bin, reducing the mess of moving your compost to the outside bin. While in your indoor compost bin, the biodegradable bin bags will keep your bin safe from any scraps and refuse, eliminating the need to clean the bin often. For convenience, your garden, and the environment, compostable bin bags can up your composting game while keeping your bin fresh and ready to use.