Stainless Steel With Filter. It is estimated that 30-40% of all food is wasted in the US each year. Rotting food that sits in our landfills releases a toxic green house gas emission called methane. By composting our food scraps, not only will you avoid creating additional methane, but you can use the finished "black gold" for your garden or indoor plants.
This sleek stainless steel countertop compost bin comes with a charcoal filter that is inserted on the underside of the lid to keep any food odor contained. Once your bin is full, simply transfer your food scraps to your outdoor compost, or take it to your nearest drop off location. Choose white or black.
Odors are contained
Easy to use & clean
Woman-owned Company and also a 1% for the Planet partner
BORING (BUT USEFUL) STUFF Capacity: Bin holds up to 0.8 gallons. Dimensions: 7.5 diameter, 6" tall without lid, 8" with lid Includes one 5" diameter filter.
Care: We recommend cleaning your compost bin with soap and water each time you empty it. It is recommended that you replace the filter about every 3-5 months, but you can easily remove the filter and rinse as needed.
MATERIALS Stainless steel.
SOURCE While this product is made in China, we are confident in its production because this woman-owned Chicago business is led by a woman who spent 10 years in China, working with manufacturers who share her commitment to people and planet.
PACKAGING Light cardboard box.
END OF PRODUCT LIFE Recyclable metal container.
ABOUT THE COMPANY From Zefiro: It’s not about being perfect. Nobody is. It’s about being conscious that our actions matter. What we buy matters. What we waste matters. What we send to the landfill matters. What ends up in our oceans and ends up in our fish, matters. Every small step we take, makes a difference.
We’ve all become aware that we need to recycle but we need to start shifting our perspective to reducing and reusing before we think about recycling! That's why Zefiro's mission is to help us reduce and reuse by offering products that are free of unnecessary packaging, minimize single use waste and are safe for both us and the planet.