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Odor-Free Countertop Compost Container : Store vegetable peelings, coffee grounds, eggshells, greens and other food scraps until you have time to deposit them into your outdoor compost. Two charcoal filters in the vented lid control odors. Stainless-steel with carrying handle. Dishwasher-safe. 7 1/4" Dia. x 10 1/2"H 1-gallon; 9" Dia. x 10 1/2"D 1 1/2-gallon Product Features Stainless-steel composter is perfect for storing vegetable peelings, eggshells, coffee grounds and other organic waste until you are ready to transfer them to your outdoor composter Dual charcoal filters in lid keep compost odorless Convenient stainless-steel carrying handle Charcoal filters may be trimmed to size
 
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5 / 5
love this!
PostedAugust 31, 2010
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jklp
fromSan Francisco, CA
I really wanted to compost but when our local recycling company provided a brown plastic pail with a lid, I found it too yucky (ugly, I guess...) to keep on my nice kitchen counters. I tried keeping it under the sink but found that with "goopy" hands it was inconvenient to open the cupboards...etc. and it was smelly and needed washing every time I emptied it. So, I stopped composting. After seeing this pretty stainless pail, my problems were solved. It really is odor free, and it looks nice on the counter. I bought the biodegradable liners which keeps it fairly clean. Several friends have seen and purchased it, and I even bought one for a girlfriend for her birthday! I'm happy to say that I am a happy composter now. It's worth the $$.
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