Gallery: PRODUCT REVIEW: Inhabitat Tries Out Naturemill’s Ceramic Count...

The first thing you will notice about the ceramic pail composter when taking it out of the box is that it is a very simple set up. After snapping the stainless steel handle onto the knobs on either side of the pail, your assembly is complete.

The ceramic pail has a one gallon capacity, but you would be surprised at how fast it can get filled! I often will freeze my food scraps before adding them to the compost. This helps to allow a batch of scraps in the pail to have time to compost. The other thing it does is to help the scraps to compost a little faster, because the freezing and thawing aids in the first phase of break down.

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