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New Kitchen Scrap Composter

by Charlie Nardozzi


Composting kitchen scraps is a great way to reduce landfill waste and create organic matter for your garden. But what if you don’t have room, or the desire, to create an outdoor composting system? No worries. You can compost in the house with the new Push-Button Kitchen Scrap Composter.

This stainless steel electric composter heats, grinds, and aerates kitchen scraps to produce finished compost. Just add the vegetables, fruits, grains, coffee grounds, egg shells, dairy, and even meat scraps to the top of the composter. A carbon filter keeps the process odorless. Composting microorganisms break down the materials into compost and the finished product drops into the bottom chamber within one month. The composter is 20 inches tall and wide and can handle up to 120 pounds of kitchen scraps per month.

For more information on the Push-Button Kitchen Scrap Composter, go to: Gardeners Supply Company.

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