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When it comes to choosing a composter bin and the investment that comes with that decision, we want to be sure that we are well-informed. Choosing a composter to recycle our household waste should complement our lifestyles and should come as a chore that we enjoy doing as opposed to a 'headache'. This week, I am sharing with all of you three interesting videos from a Gardener Enthusiast that has been endorsing HOTBIN Composting since she got her first... 4 years ago. 

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On this week's HOTBIN Weekender we are including a good mix of news, and tips for the season. I hope you find this week's selection of interest and value. Feel free to let us know what topics you would like to see in future editions. Until then, enjoy your week-end!

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Ideal for small spaces, this compact composter works fast and generates little mess.  In a nutshell The HOTBIN was a BBC Gardener’s World Best Buy winner for being the fastest to compost, as well as the best for small spaces. It's clean and ‘no mess’ with the compost leachate liquid contained in an easy to empty tank, plus a built-in carbon filter absorbs smells. Comes almost completely assembled and has a three-year warranty. The HOTBIN is made of expanded polypropylene which has excellent insulating properties and raises waste temperature for higher speed composting. Design features include a temperature gauge in...

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Launching The HOTBIN Weekender, a publication specially designed with our community of home-composters in mind.  It contains articles, news from our partners, tips, and most relevant composting topics. 

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Hello Autumn: What materials might you find in your garden to compost?Autumn is a great time of the year to find plenty of compost-able material in the garden and get the HOTBIN operating at the higher end of hot composting temperatures. So, what materials might you find in your garden to compost during late summer and early autumn? Prune flowers, mow your lawn, cut-back evergreens, hardy geraniums, shrubs, etc., and add them to your compost pile. Don’t forget to add the indicated amount of shredded paper and mulch/wood-chips. >>Read More   Composting is Nature’s Way of RecyclingI found an article that...

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