Composting is something that most gardeners feel strongly about and regularly dispose of their gardening waste in a compost bin or pile throughout the year but you don’t have to be a gardener to compost.
Composting is a great way to recycle kitchen scraps that would normally be thrown away with the normal household waste. You can, of course, put your scraps in bowl or bag and transfer them to your compost heap or green bin but the prettier way is to use one of these Compost Crocks from Lakeland.
All crocks have an activated carbon filter inside the lid which neutralises odours for up to 4 months; replacement filters are avilable. There are also compostable bags available which can be placed inside the crocks making it easier to keep them clean. The bags are completely biodegradeable and can be thrown on the compost heap where they will break down within 90 days.
- Vegetable Peelings
- Fruit Peelings and Cores
- Tea Bags
- Coffee Grounds and Paper Filters
- Crushed Egg Shells
- Cardboard Egg Boxes
- Lint from the Tumble Drier
- Prunings from Household Plants
What shouldn’t I put in my Compost Crock?
- Dairy Products
- Cooked Vegetables
- Fatty or Oily Food
- Walnut Shells
Brighten up your kitchen by choosing one of these lovely Compost Crocks.