EJWOX Compost Bin - Efficient and simple alternatives for the use of organic waste from houses, companies, condos, sodas, restaurants, hotels, educational centers and communities in general.
CIRCULATORY SYSTEM- In this composter, four air vents are designed on each of the side which allows the circulation of air for absorbing oxygen with high efficiency of fermentation
EASY TO ASSEMBLE-This composter is easy to assemble and operate, only six components included. After installing with the guidance, the composter is ready to use with convenient steps.
SUPER LARGE CAPACITY-The capacity of the composter is large enough(80Gal/300L) for extended usage and reduce the frequency of operation compare with smaller sized composters for higher efficiency of composting and fermentation.
SHORT PROCESSING TIME-This composter requires short time for composting and fermentation, only takes about 6-8 weeks to totally compost the materials to fertilizer which is directly useful in gardens, not only disposes trashes but also operate them to be useful for high efficiency of usage.
90% RECYCLED MATERIALS-This composter is manufactured with 90% recycled materials, compare with the plastic pollution caused by other plastic products, it is more environmentally friendly.
Great size, doesn’t look like an eye sore in my place. Easier to compost when you have accessible resources within your reach, and shoot who knows… Even you may use the compost for your YEAR round indoor garden. 1
Like the concept…bought 2 ours was a little flimsy and a piece broke but nothing that made any big difference but it’s easy to use for a handicap person. The other went to my daughter and the winds blew it over before it got filled so a protected area might be better and even though I had dimensions in my head I did expect it to be bigger. Small yards this would be ok but if your a serious composter I would look at something else
Looking forward to usable compost materials in 8 weeks.
First impression of this composter was it was a bit flimsy. I was really afraid in our area that the wind would tear the lid off. but after a few months out in the yard, it seems to be holding up pretty well. I would have liked to see some tabs or something in the base to drive some stakes through to keep it in place (did I mention the wind?) But I found that a brick on the lid seems to do the trick.