PDA

View Full Version : Indoor composter



capt jake
10-22-2008, 10:15 AM
OK, a topic that breaks the normal pattern lately! :)

I have been couped up at home and unable to do much more than watch the blasted TV and surf the net. I saw this on Modern Marvels Enviro Tech II the other day and decided to search it out. I looks pretty smart! Kinda spendy, but we have the ongoing issue here of who will take the compostables out to the pile. Then I have the turning issue (outside) here in the rain in winter.

We are thinking about it as it would certainly make things easier for home generated compostables.

http://www.naturemill.com/products.html

Ron Williamson
10-22-2008, 11:27 AM
The "crisper" in our fridge is kinda the same.
R

Popeye
10-22-2008, 11:41 AM
try spot composting (http://blog.daisydesign.ca/2008/09/layering-bulbs.html)

dig a hole , bury kitchen scraps in a container , cover with mulch and dirt ... done

capt jake
10-22-2008, 11:56 AM
The "crisper" in our fridge is kinda the same.
R

LOL :) That is what we are trying (at least I am) to eliminate! :)

Paul Pless
10-22-2008, 12:04 PM
You got to get the 'pro edition' with the "Security lock feature".
It'd be awful to have someone messing with your **** afterall.

capt jake
10-22-2008, 12:07 PM
You got to get the 'pro edition' with the "Security lock feature".
It'd be awful to have someone messing with your **** afterall.

LOL, even more fun! thanks Paul! :)

Tylerdurden
10-22-2008, 12:07 PM
You got to get the 'pro edition' with the "Security lock feature".
It'd be awful to have someone messing with your **** afterall.

You could use one for all the dog poo Paul. The closet is starting to smell I hear.:eek: