More and more people are composting. Composting starts with a kitchen compost pail to store your vegetable peelings, fruit scraps, egg shells, coffee grinds and and other organic waste before you transfer them in your outdoor composter.
If this wish to join this trend, you will be glad to know that they are many compost pails on the market that will not be an eye-sore in your kitchen. Although I spot beautiful ones made of ceramic, reviewers have pointed out that they find those too heavy. This is why stainless steel is the material of choice. I also find a bamboo compost pail. Make sure to select one with a strong handle.
Do you compost?
+ Norpro Grip EZ Stainless Steel Compost Keeper $44.85 USD
+ Norpro 94 Stainless-Steel Composter Keeper $42.99 USD
+ RSVP International PAIL-BOO Bamboo Compost Pail 3.25-qt. $35.99 USD
At Home with Kim ValleeJuly 9, 2009 at 09:42
I wish to share the answer to a question I received by email from a Canadian reader, I saw that a Vancouver shop with an online store carries the Bamboo pail. It is more expensive than at Amazon.com. But it is often the case in Canada.