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Odor-Free Compost Collector

Overall Rating: 5 out of 5

Odor-Free Compost Collector

Odor-Free Compost Collector

Overall Rating: 5 out of 5

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Odor-Free Compost Collector

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True to its name
5 out of 5

A little skeptical about the whole no odor thing, but I sprung for this bin because I liked its aesthetics. Two weeks later I am sold on this compost bin and have recommended it to a number of friends. There is no smell due to the aerobic instead of anaerobic decomposition and it's very easy to use. I have not had this issue but I'm glad I...

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Surprisingly delighted My husband and I have been long-time composters, and we've tried everything from worm bins to designer metal buckets. We bought this composter on the off-chance that it would be easier and more effective than our current container. I cleared a space for it under our sink, and from the first hour, I loved it. Super easy to use, very little odor, and I especially love the button-opening lid. Best of all, it has large biodegradable bags that we can fill up, then put in our refrigerator until we get around to taking the compost out. May 27, 2014
True to its name A little skeptical about the whole no odor thing, but I sprung for this bin because I liked its aesthetics. Two weeks later I am sold on this compost bin and have recommended it to a number of friends. There is no smell due to the aerobic instead of anaerobic decomposition and it's very easy to use. I have not had this issue but I'm glad I read the box of the compostable bags that come with the unit. Because the bags are compostable, they begin to break down with the introduction of moisture, they suggest you replace the bag every 3-5 days. Otherwise, the bag may breakdown just enough to spill it's contents all over your floor on the way to the compost pile. May 5, 2014
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