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Aerated Compost Bin 435L

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Whether you’re a keen organic gardener, an earth-conscious home-maker, or an average Kiwi family looking to go a bit greener, a handy compost bin is a must-have for any backyard. Recycling your kitchen waste and grass clippings through composting is a cost-effective way to boost the quality and microbiota of your soil, making your garden more productive and easier to work with.

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Product overview

Whether you’re a keen organic gardener, an earth-conscious home-maker, or an average Kiwi family looking to go a bit greener, a handy compost bin is a must-have for any backyard. Recycling your kitchen waste and grass clippings through composting is a cost-effective way to boost the quality and microbiota of your soil, making your garden more productive and easier to work with.

This 435L bin is a great size for busy kitchens or hungry gardens. Designed for easy use, the large top lid allows easy access, but closes securely to keep in odours and keep out insects and animals. The bottom doors lift up on each side, so you can easily scoop out your compost or let in extra air. Side vents in the body give optimal air circulation, for faster composting.

Built for the outdoors, it’s durable and weather-proof, so your compost stays warm and damp, without getting soggy in the rain. Made from 90% recycled plastic, the bin is also UV protected, so not only will the beneficial bacteria in your compost be safe from sunlight, your bin will last for years out in the elements. Try it now – it’ll grow on you.

FEATURES
• Easy-access top lid and doors
• Snap-lock bottom doors
• Air vents
• Durable and weather-proof
• 90% recycled plastic
• 1 Year warranty

SPECIFICATIONS
Capacity: 435L
Colour: Black
Materials: Recycled plastic
Carton dimensions: 80.5 x 73 x 23cm
Gross weight: 12.2kg
Net weight: 11.2kg

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Questions and answers

3 votes
Q:
Which compost bin is better for normal home use? Does this one have a main advantage or disadvantage over the other turning barrel one?
A:
Both are excellent for home use. The tumbler creates compost faster, this one has a larger capacity.
By Trade Tested on June 09 2020
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Q:
Is it designed looking at the ventilation holes to be inaccessible by Rat and Mice
A:
Rats and mice shouldn't be able to get in easily.
By Trade Tested on July 14 2021
1 vote
Q:
I'm guessing this has no floor so the worms can help breakdown the material. Is this correct
A:
No it doesn't.
By Trade Tested on December 04 2020
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Good

Very good. We use them for our composting toilet waste. The biggest one available on the market in the country as far as I know and they are good. Will buy another one in the future.

Leah Northland
Aerated Compost Bin 435L $199

This product is easy to assemble an is an excellent product. Fits in the garden, an the design is in fitting with a garden environment. Would recommend this product

Pete H North Canterbury
Compost Bin

love these bins - best on the market at the $$

Annie West Coast
Compost bin

Easy to assemble but don’t do it inside as it will not fit through some doors Good size will take awhile to fill

Wayne Katikati
Does what it says.

It’s a large, square bin with a flip top lid. Happy to take all my garden compost without quarrel. The flip top lid will hopefully prevent the flying lid situation that Wellington wind offers on a regular basis - much to the annoyance of the neighbours - and weirdly eventually led to the complete disappearance of the previous lid....perhaps will be found in another galaxy one day. So far so good. New lid remains in place. It was relatively easy to put together (although I’d recommend doing it in the garden as it was quite large to maneuver out of the house and into position once we’d constructed it....yes, should have known better).

Marion Wellington