A few months ago, my blogging friend, Jill, guest posted here about vermicomposting. I told her it would be a great addition to my blog since I don’t have experience in composting due to the fact that I live in an apartment building. She quickly responded with – “How about under your kitchen sink?!” I’m all for “going greener”, but I just can’t bring myself to keeping worms in my kitchen!
How about this great Bamboo Compost Pail from The Container Store. It looks perfect for apartment dwellers. Use it for composted soil for your indoor plants or herbs. The former teacher in me also can’t help but think that this would be a great learning tool for young children too. The pail:
- is made from ecologically friendly bamboo.
- has a set of charcoal filters in the vented lid help contain odors.
- has a removable liner that’s dishwasher-safe.
- has a 1 gallon capacity.
If, as an apartment dweller, you’re feeling a bit more adventurous, here’s instructions on how to compost on a larger scale.
By the way, The Container Store is offering 25% off all their merchandise until Monday.