Home Kitchen Compost helps build a home garden

by James

NatureMill Pro

The Victory Garden. Planted at private residences in the United States, Canada, and United Kingdom during World War I and World War II to help suppliment the food supply during World War II. Even over sixty years later they’re still popular. And with the cost of food rising lately, it seems a good idea for everyone to grow one. But few are successful at it. Some don’t know how, and most simply don’t have a steady supply of compost, which can help fertilize the soil. And if you live in an apartment, a victory garden is out of the question, isn’t it? Not if you have a NatureMill PRO Indoor Composter.

Anyone can make compost as it’s made from coffee grinds, leftovers, egg shells, banana peels, and just about any kind of organic food waste that can be kept (or composted) until it breaks down into its more base elements. The NatureMill Pro Indoor Composter handles this job for you much like a trash compactor. And it’s about the same size. Up to 120 lbs compatible organic waste can be place into and then after two weeks of working its magic, the NatureMill produces a fresh pile of compost for use in any victory or window garden. For best results, users should cut waste into smaller pieces. The waste is then deposited into the NatureMill’s upper chamber. Using “hot composting,” the NatureMill mixes the waste and combines air flow, heat, and moisture to break down the waste and create the compost, which is transferred to the lower chamber for collection and use. Carbon filters and air flow also reduce ordor to that of a mild mushroom smell and the process also produces energy which destroys any excessive odors, pathogens, and seeds attempting germination.

The process also reduces the waste, converting around seventy percent to simple water vapor. In fact, a NatureMill automatic composter recycles its weight in waste every 10 days, diverting over two tons of waste from landfills over its operation lifetime.
That makes it very good on the environment as well as your home grown vegetables.

Comes in Red, Green, White, Black, Slate and Stainless Steel and retails for between $300-400.

Hat Tip: Oh Gizmo

2 reviews or comments

Weekend Gallery of Gadgets » Coolest Gadgets Says: February 24, 2008 at 7:55 am

[…] Home Kitchen Compost helps build a home garden […]

L Says: December 18, 2008 at 9:55 pm

From what I understand – and having owned a worm composter (see Cathyscomposters.com for the Worm Chalet – it ROCKS!) – the heat and speed of the NatureMill completely deter pests from being formed and from attracting any from outside. It only takes 2 weeks to compost!

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