Hungry Bin Composter

Sale price$339.00 USD

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The economic and environmental impact of organic waste is significant, as compostable waste can account for more than 50% of the waste stream.

The Hungry Bin composter offers an innovative solution to avoid these costs, allowing anyone to process organic waste on-site without the need to transport and contribute to this waste stream.

In addition you are now able to harvest and use the incredible worm castings, the bi-product of broken down food scraps. This is considered "black gold" and some of the most nutrient dense addition to any soil!

Make sure you add worms to your cart as well (unless you want to catch 1,000 worms)!

Hungry Bin Results

The Hungry Bin is an exceptional worm composting system. Inside, worms are able to turn organic waste into worm castings and a nutrient-rich liquid, creating the highest-quality, natural fertilizer for your garden.

Recycles Organic Waste

The Hungry Bin can process 4 lbs of organic waste per day.

Saves Money

No more buying fertilizer. The hungry bin provides worm castings every 2-4 months and up to a litre of worm tea every week.

Nothing To Hook-up

No power, water or sewage connection is needed. It's perfect for along the side of the house, the garage, or even the apartment rooftop.

Filling Your Bin

Place moist bedding material in the bin. For best results, place at least 21 gallons of bedding (3/4 Full) into the bin. This is the equivalent of two bags of compost or potting mix. Moisten bedding until it is as wet as a wrung-out sponge.

Adding Worms

Add the worms to the top of the bedding material and cover with approximately 1 inch of food scraps (preferably finely chopped). Starting with approximately 2000 adult worms is a good number to start your bin. However, the more worms you start with the faster the bin will reach maximum capacity. A full population is approximately 16,000 worms, or 6.5 lbs of adult worms.

Best Location

Choose a sheltered, shady spot for the hungry bin ­– the ideal temperature is between 60-85°F (15-25°C). Avoid extremes of temperature, particularly full sun in summer, as temperatures over 95°F (35°C) may kill the worms. The bin can be kept on a balcony or in a garage or basement if you don’t have a garden. If the bin is outdoors in winter, make sure it is not subjected to freezing conditions for extended periods of time.

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