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Urban Composter City Starter Kit with Composter, 500ml Accelerator Spray and 500ml Refill
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The Urban Composter is a new easy way to compost. It's a food scrap bin that you can put under your sink to pop your food scraps in but that's not all. You then accelerate the composting process with a vegan citrus-based spray with effective micro-organisms. The liquid can be used as a drain cleaner or, diluted, it is great for the garden. The food scraps can be buried or put into an outdoor compost.
- City Composter Capacity: 8 litres
- Bucket Dimensions: 23cm diameter at top(base is smaller) and 27cm high
The Urban Composter City uses anaerobic composting to ferment your kitchen scraps right in the bucket. This process will minimise foul odours and flies. Simply cut up your food scraps into small pieces, spray with Urban Composter Compost Accelerator Spray and close the lid. Drain the bucket every few days to release excess moisture from the fermentation process. Use this liquid, diluted, to add to your favourite plants as a nutritious liquid fertiliser.
Luke Gregory designed the Urban Composter and wanted an easy way to deal with food scraps so they don't go into landfill. He tried Bokashi but he found it hard to manage plus he discovered it attracts mice and rodents. From our perspective Bokashi isn't vegan as there are animal by-products in the Bokashi mix, so we are delighted Luke has created a vegan composting kit.
Made in Australia.
Simply cut up your food scraps into small pieces, spray with Urban Composter Compost Accelerator Spray and close the lid.
Drain the bucket every few days to release excess moisture from the fermentation process. The juice can be diluted (1:100) with water and used as a fertiliser for the garden. It can also be drained into the sink as an organic drain cleaner.
Includes One Composter Bucket, and Accelerator Spray and 500ml Refill.
Urban Composter City Starter KitBy: Rita Valvasori on 3 October 2018A little bit more time has to be spent chopping up the peels and things, which is something we never did before. However it seems to be working OK. Certainly contains more items and we don't have to use a plastic bag. Still don't get a lot of liquid out of the bottom to put back into my balcony plants. The bucket looks good and fits under the sink.