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Milly's Summer Catalogue

Full Circle Fresh Air Compost Bin

$69.99

Goodbye garbagey smell. See ya later, fruit flies. Say hello to the fresh air compost collector for in your kitchen.


The Fresh Air compost collector lets oxygen move through your organic kitchen waste, for slower stink-free decomposition.
Patented design lets air flow through for less odour , prevents nasty build ups & fluid
Opens easily with a push of a button
Easy to clean and empty for less mess
Ready to use, including five compostable bags
Perfect size for home and office (5.7L)
No special filter required
Recycled plastic, partially recycled steel
Product Dimensions: 28.8cm (L) x 21.25cm (W) x 22.8cm (H)

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What's so great about composting?

For starters, there really is nothing better for soil than compost. It not only loosens clay soils, but it helps sandy soils retain water. And best of all, it contains no petroleum-based compounds, as many commercial fertilizers do. Gardens that use compost produce much higher yields of healthy fruits, vegetables and flowers.



Plus, landfills across the United States are running out of space. In fact, according to a recent EPA estimate, almost a quarter of the garbage in this country is composed of food scraps and yard trimmings. Believe it or not, that's about 60 million tons every year. So if you're not composting yet, it's definitely time to start.



What if I don't have a yard? Maybe you live in a city apartment or in a home without a yard. Our cities are getting more progressive every day, and it's more than likely that yours has a community composting center. Check out Earth911.com or the EPA for local resources in your area.



Here's a list of household items that can be composted:



    Vegetables

    Coffee grounds and filters

    Tea and tea bags

    Crushed eggshells (but not eggs)

    Nutshells

    Houseplants

    Leaves

    Cardboard rolls, cereal

    Boxes, brown paper bags

    Clean paper

    Paper towels

    Shredded newspaper

    Fireplace ashes

    Wood chips, sawdust,

    Toothpicks, burnt matches

    Cotton and wool rags

    Dryer and vacuum cleaner lint

    Grass clippings, yard trimmings

    Hair and fur

    Hay and straw