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composter

(ˈkɒmpɒstə)
n
1. a bin or other container used to turn garden and kitchen waste into compost
2. a person who uses a bin or other container to turn garden and kitchen waste into compost
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The Dual Tumbling Composter is the first to offer two compartments, enabling easier and more efficient composting.
The liquid food composter helps fulfill the property's environmental goals by preventing food from being sent to landfills.
Actually, the cheapest way to get rid of it is to buy a composter as once you have paid for it - they cost about PS23 - which equates to a year's green waste collection - after that it doesn't cost you a penny.
Par ailleurs, Abdalti Iguider n'est pas parvenu a composter son billet pour la finale en terminant douzieme et dernier dans cette epreuve (2e serie) avec 3:44.
Les coequipiers de Zerrara doivent cravacher fort pour esperer composter le billet qualificatif a la phase de poules.
Buy a cheap composter for your garden and throw in unwanted food.
WHEELED HIGH PRESSURE 190 LITRE COMPOSTER GARDEN SPRAYER 3-Year Guarantee
Institutions using the Rocket[R] composter have cut waste-collection costs, saved money on buying compost and pest control, helped divert food waste out of landfill sites, and educated students and communities in sustainability.
The Home Wood Chipping Service will turn up and process woody prunings up to 5ins (125mm) in diameter and leave it with the owner to use as a mulch or to be used in a composter.
A rocket composter has been put in place to make rich fertiliser out of the school's kitchen waste and grass cuttings.
The rocket, which will help recycle post-consumer waste, is the fourth of its kind in the United States, is the only one west of the Mississippi River and the lone rocket composter in the country being used for post-consumer waste like plastic and paper service ware.
Egg shells are best crushed when put into the composter since they take longer to break down.