Additional features Liquid fertilizer reservoir has a 4 gallon capacity Easy to assemble No turning and no tool required Can reduce 3 tons of material to 1 ton annually Designed and developed in Australia Extensively researched and tested by Swinburne University in Australia Tested in 20-ft. refrigerated container – compost was still over 87 degrees fahrenheit after 30 degrees at full cooling capacity Great for use in restaurants and schools Ever heard of a composter with a lung? Now you have. The revolutionary Exaco 123 Gallon Aerobin 400 Insulated Compost Bin has a built-in ”lung” that aerobically breaks down waste so you don’t have to constantly turn the stuff! Made of recycled (of course!) 1.5-inch-thick plastic, this bin holds 106 gallons of waste material, heats up quickly, and in no time makes lots of rich, fertile plant food. It also has a double bottom to collect yummy – to plants – compost liquid. Strong construction makes this composter much less likely to break than others. And it’s heavy enough that it won’t blow over. Extra tight panels all around mean rodents and other wildlife will not get in, but it’s not bear-proof. The Aerobin has been university tested to outperform other leading composters. It’s an excellent value, both for you and the earth. The Aerobin 400 has the following benefits that no other composter offers: It has an insulated double wall with styrofoam. This means it keeps working, even in near freezing conditions (when full). A patented ”lung” keeps air inside flowing around for much better aerobic action, creating better compost. The base reservoir collects and makes liquid fertilizer. Unit itself made of recycled 1.5-inch-thick plastic. Double wall styrofoam insulation so it works in the cold. 123 gallons = 16.5 cubic feet. Patented inner ”lung” to promote aerobic breakdown. Base reservoir collects and makes liquid fertilizer. 29L x 29W x 47H inches.
Unit itself made of recycled 1.5-inch-thick plastic
Double wall styrofoam insulation so it works in the cold
123 gallons = 16.5 cubic feet
Patented inner ”lung” to promote aerobic breakdown
Base reservoir collects and makes liquid fertilizer