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There’s More Than One Way to Compost
A compost tumbler has an internal mechanism designed to move or adjust/aerate the compost pile by turning or rotating the central bin, typically on a stand.
A composting bin is a fixed position, freestanding bin that needs to have the contents manually moved or adjusted (normally with an aerator) to aerate the compost pile.
Worm composters are self-contained composters that don't generate heat. Red worms feed on yard waste, fruit and vegetable trimmings. Properly maintained, worm composters are odorless and can be used year round.
Designed to sit right on the counter or next to your regular trash bin, kitchen composters are perfect for composting on a smaller scale. A kitchen composter often looks like a simple, non-descript bucket.
Finding The Perfect Composter
Why We're the Leader in Compost Bins:
If you're here looking around at what we have to offer at CompostBins.com, chances are you at least have an interest in seeing what you can do for the environment. A compost bin is an excellent product to own whether you're just getting the feel for a greener lifestyle or you've been reducing, reusing and recycling for decades. Compost bins are not only an efficient means of getting rid of kitchen refuse and lawn trimmings, but they're super easy to use and maintain as well. You could set a kitchen compost bin right on the counter to conveniently toss food waste items into as soon as they arise. Compost tumblers might be the way to go if you've got a large garden or anticipate adding lots of refuse.
CompostBins.com is a Hayneedle store, which means you'll have the opportunity to shop an exhaustive selection of compost bins and composting equipment. You'll find the best variety and the top brands in compost bins right here. Looking for a stationary composter for the backyard? No problem. We have dozens of compost bin options in a variety of colors and sizes ranging from 50 to over 200 gallons. Think you'd prefer the hassle-free aeration that comes with a compost tumbler? We've got you covered there, too. Just choose one and get ready for a little roll in the grass! You'll even find worm composters to get your worm composting off on the right foot. If worms aren't your thing there are plenty of other options for indoor composting like kitchen composters and compost pails that sit right on your counter. Once you've found the compost bin or compost tumbler that will work for you, peruse the site for other eco-friendly products that make a difference. In addition to composters, we offer a nice selection of other green products like compost accelerators, and compost tea supplies.
We hope you find just what you're looking for as you shop for your compost equipment. Whether you're shopping for your first compost bin or a replacement compost tumbler, we're confident we'll have a product to suit your needs. Composting bins are our business, so it's important to us that you find the selection you deserve.
If you're not really sure about what to do with your compost bin once you have it home, visit our Composting Tips page for articles on why you should compost and how to get the best results from your composting bin. These tips will help you along your path to successful compost so you end up with healthy, hearty, nutrient-rich soil to use in your garden.
Still not convinced? Just look at all the ways CompostBins.com has made headlines! We don't want to brag or anything, but - oh, wait. Yes we do. We're all about helping you live a little more green, and people are taking notice ...
Better Homes and Gardens? You'd better believe it! The popular magazine, that focuses on home, cooking, gardening and more, named our Tumbleweed 60 Gallon Compost Tumbler as an excellent pick for use in small yards in their November 2010 issue.
What can we say? Martha loves us! The October '10 issue of Martha Stewart Living recognizes CompostBins.com as an excellent source for compost bin variety in an article titled, Composting 101. This article, by Stacey Hirvela, outlines the steps to successful composting. She offers three compost bin examples, pointing out they can all be found at CompostBins.com. Read the article to learn about the best ingredients for great compost results, and the step-by-step process to composting.
As seen in the Wall Street Journal and on CNBC: In her About the House column, Gwendolyn Bounds talks about composting - specifically fast and easy composting - and mentions not only CompostBins.com but a few of our choice green products like the EZ Composter Hybrid; it's a combo composter and rain barrel in one. She also mentioned the Happy Farmer line of composters, which uses "bokashi composting" - cereal-like material that arrives with your composter and helps infuse your compost with extra microbes and nutrients. Bounds went on to appear on CNBC, where she reiterated much of what was in her article, mentioning the boom in all things compost-related. You can watch the video here.
Green Homes Tour: Compostbins.com happily donated green products to be featured in the Omaha Green Homes Tour. Home owners committed to green living showcased their abodes, which in turn highlighted a few of our top products: the Nature Mill Kitchen Composter and Cascade's The Worm Factory.
Find more information in our Compost Bins Helpful Information section!