Posted by admin on June 24, 2011
This lightweight, portable composter is a good choice for people who don’t have a lot of room. The Back Porch ComposTumbler is 37 inches high x 31 inches wide x 26 inches deep and stands on a frame that rests on 6 inch wheels. It holds 37 gallons of compost material, and 4 inside mixing fins help break up large pieces of compost. The combination of an aerator/drainage unit on the bottom of the composter and screened side vents makes sure your compost gets the proper amount of oxygen while preventing animals from getting into it. 5 year manufacturer warranty.
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Posted by admin on November 26, 2010
If you are in the market for a compost bin, consider a spinning composter. One of the best spinning composter is the Back Porch Compost Tumbler.
Compost tumblers are easier to use than most other types of bins. The decomposing heap needs to be turning periodically to expedite the decomposition process. A spinning composter easily turns the decomposing pile. What makes the Back Porch Compost Tumbler superior to others?
1. Size. Most bins are large. As such, they can take up quite of bit of yard space. If you have a small property, or if you live in an apartment (with a back porch or a terrace), this could be a problem for you. The Back Porch Compost Tumbler is small and will likely fit into most people’s homes or apartments easier than other units.
2. Mobility. The spinning composter has wheels and a handle. Most bins are fixed in their place and you have to get a wheelbarrow or some other bin to move the compost to its ultimate location. This bin, because of its wheels and handle is easily moved around your property, so you can place it right where you want to use the compost, and empty as much as you need for that location, and then move on to the next location.
3. Capacity. Even though it is compact in size, it can still hold quite a bit of compost. There are several models, each hold at least 37 gallons of compost material.
As you can see, the spinning composter is probably the best choice for you, and the Back Porch Compost Tumbler may be the best of the “heap.”
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