The Cutest Composter in the World in Pink, Made in the USA, Food Safe, BPA and Rust Free, No Assembly Required, Envirocycle Mini Composting Tumbler Bin and Compost Tea Maker

December 21, 2017 - Comment

The Cutest Composter in the World is a mini innovative, all-in-one, outdoor composting system that combines a compost tumbler drum with a compost tea maker base, made in the USA from food safe, BPA and rust free, UV and antioxidant protected materials. Let’s bring jobs back to America. It comes ready to use, with no

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The Cutest Composter in the World is a mini innovative, all-in-one, outdoor composting system that combines a compost tumbler drum with a compost tea maker base, made in the USA from food safe, BPA and rust free, UV and antioxidant protected materials. Let’s bring jobs back to America. It comes ready to use, with no assembly required, saving you previous time, money and headaches. The drum rotates on top of the base to create solid compost, and if you choose, the base allows you to collect the excess liquid from the drum as compost tea, a precious liquid fertilizer. We designed the Envirocycle composter so you can proudly place it close to your home or in your garden, whether you live in the suburbs or in the city because of its compact space requirements. This is also made possible because of the design of the compost tea collecting base, a rare feature amongst composter models pioneered by Envirocycle, making composting on your balcony, deck, patio or porch a pleasant and clean experience. The composter brings beauty to wherever you may choose to use it because of its elegant design. Customize your composting experience with 8 easy-to-use drain plugs to collect up to 1 US Gallon of compost tea in the base, drain compost tea into the soil or boost the humidity in the pile. Easily open the snap latch and door with one hand to dump compostable material with the other. Worms can be used to accelerate the composting process. Slotted vents increase airflow into the drum. Grab onto the drum’s deep grooves and turn the drum 3 full times, every 3 days; once the drum is full, after 4 to 8 weeks you will have mature compost. Use it all year long, and during freezing winters, continue to add to the drum without turning it. Easily roll the drum off the base, remove the door, dump and mix your compost into soil or apply as top dressing, without the need to reach into the drum with your hands or any tools, to grow strong plants and healthy fruits and vegetables.

Product Features

  • The cutest composter in the world. Produces solid and liquid compost.
  • Solid like a tank. Made of food safe, BPA and rust free, UV and antioxidant protected materials.
  • Made in the USA. Let’s bring jobs back to America.
  • No assembly required. And our customer service? Not bad at all…
  • We invented it. They try to copy it. We keep improving it.

Comments

Maura Lillibridge says:

Envirocycle simply can not be beat! We live in Central Texas in Bell County. We do not have good soil here. We have had our Envirocycle for a little less than five years. It is, without a doubt, THE most valuable tool we use in our garden, and on our extensive property. Recently we had a freeze. We compost ALL of our kitchen waste. I went out to make our usual compost run, and when I opened the lid, the tab on the lid had apparently frozen to the compactor and sheared off from the lid–see the picture attached to this…

Norma J. Murphy says:

Finest composter in the world, with THEE BEST customer service!!! 10 years ago, I ordered my first Envirocycle composter. I LOVED IT!!!! Within a month, I ordered two more. 10 years and a zillion PERFECT BATCHES of compost later, one of my composters suddenly no longer latch securely enough to rotate. Because of the weight of the compost against the door, I found I had to tie the drum each time I rotated. As you can imagine this quickly became a nuisance. I wrote to the company and asked if they could help me figure out a remedy, thinking maybe this had…

Andrew W. McClaine says:

Great Composter, Great Service!! We own two of these small composters. We had our first for a couple of years and decided that it would be helpful to have a second so that one could be cooking while we are filling the second. Recently the first one developed a crack in the latch. Our second composter has a steel latch that is a great improvement over the first composter’s latch. I read through the web site and found that the unit was still under warrantee. It was. So I called them up to see if I could get a replacement latch…

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