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Compost Bins with built-in curing. TALLBOY Home & Community compost bins from RITEWAYS are hassle-free devices that need no manual intervention.

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Home Composting Bins

Compost bins at home receive a uniform quality of waste, typically vegetable scraps, fruit peels, and leftover cooked food waste. Adding garden waste will make composting more effective. Hone composting bins TALLBOY TBB 400 have built-in curing, so you can simply fill and forget about them.

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Community Composting Bins

The Community Compost Bins can compost organic waste from 15 to 20 homes. A community composting project requires that people do not secretly put mixed waste in a Community Compost Bin, in order to ensure proper composting of segregated kitchen waste.

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Composting at Eateries and Restaurants

The Home Composting Bin also works well with small eateries and small restaurants. Since TALLBOY composting process does not involve any external curing and manual handling, it is easy to adopt these bins. Rich manure output can also be retailed to visiting clients.

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Composting at Bakeries and offices

The Community Composting Bin is large enough to decompose the high sugar waste from bakeries. Offices with canteens can adopt the TBB 1500 BioBin for their left over food and other organic wastes if the waste generation is around 10 to 20 Kg/day. A simple & affordable solution.

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Home Compost Bins

Capacity: up to 5Kg/day
Dimensions: 2ft dia x 3ft height
Feed in: Top filling organic waste
Harvest: Bottom door compost harvest
Base: Heavy duty industrial grade Castor Wheels

Home composting bins for composting organic waste

Community Compost Bins

Capacity: up to 25Kg/day
Dimensions: 1m x 1.2m x 1.2m
Feed in: Top filling organic waste
Harvest: Bottom door compost harvest
Base: Heavy duty baseframe

commmunity composting bins for processing bulk organic waste

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Frequently asked questions

How do you make a compost bins at home?


There are many DIY videos on youtube that can assist you in making your own compost bins at home. If you are a composting enthusiast and have the time, this is a good way to start experimenting with composting. Nevertheless, when looking for a foolproof solution, there are many things to consider.




Which is the best compost bin in India?


"Best composting bin in India" should not be a criterion for selecting a composting bin, as all composting bins are designed to perform if you select one based on your needs and use it according to their standard operating procedures. It usually takes a couple of tries to get composting right. In order to be the best compost bin, it has to be able to produce cold, matured, fully digested compost without requiring you to manually cure the contents outside the bin.




Where should I keep my compost bin indoors?


There are many indoor designs available in the market that are small and made specifically for indoor use. If your composting bin is too small, it can lead to foul odours, insects, and rats. It needs to be large enough to hold at least 2-3 months of food waste.




Does a compost bin need to be open at the bottom?


It is possible to find open-bottomed versions, but they are meant for installation in garden areas, so that leachate can soak into the ground. This will not work on concrete or flat surfaces.





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How can we all benefit from compost bins?

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Home Compost Bins & Community Compost bins can play a vital role in saving us. The recycling of organic matter, such as leaves and food scraps, into compost, can enrich soil and plants in several ways. The physical process of decomposition is inevitable; composting speeds this process along by creating an ideal environment for bacteria, fungi, and other decomposing organisms (including worms, sowbugs, and nematodes) to thrive. It is called compost when the decomposed material turns into fertile garden soil.

Both home compost bins and community compost bins are excellent ways to keep organic waste out of the waste stream and produce a soil amendment. Food scraps and garden waste together make up more than half of what we throw away. Besides being a burden on the environment, food waste is very expensive to process. When we compost at home, we divert some of that waste from landfills and turn it into something useful for our gardens.

We can all contribute to reducing methane emissions from landfills by adopting home composting bins or community composting bins. As organic matter decomposes, it undergoes aerobic decomposition, i.e. it is broken down by microorganisms that need oxygen to break it down. Whenever compostable waste is disposed of in a landfill, the waste gets buried under tons of other trash, preventing the decomposers from getting a regular supply of oxygen. Waste then decomposes through anaerobic decomposition, when organisms live without oxygen. As a by-product of anaerobic decomposition, biogas is produced. Biogas is roughly half methane and half carbon dioxide, both of which are potent greenhouse gases, with methane being 28 to 36 times more deadly than CO2.

The TALLBOY Home Compost Bins and Community Compost Bins use cold composting as the process, which lets Mother Nature do the job with minimal intervention on your part. The ratio of compost ingredients does not need to be adjusted, aeration is not required, and moisture levels aren't required to be monitored. If you have little organic waste to compost and not much time to tend to the process, or if you are not in a hurry for finished compost, then cold composting is the best option. A dry and shady spot is ideal for composting. Avoid placing your Home Compost Bin or Community Compost Bin in areas with poor drainage if you live in a rainy climate. If you live in a sunny area, find a shady spot so it doesn't dry out too fast.

TALLBOY compost bins are enclosed structures that keep composting materials together and enable heat and moisture to be retained. There are wide-open sides that do an outstanding job in aerating the pile and preventing rodents or any other animals from entering. Typically, our open-topped bins require less maintenance and are better suited for composting food waste and garden waste. Access to the composting material is easier with an open bin. 

Our Home Compost Bin model TALLBOY TBB 400 and Community Compost Bin model TALLBOY TBB 1500 are designed so that even when the pile is still active at the top, the bottom can still provide cold-finished compost. Compost that has been harvested has the following qualities:
Crumbly and smooth, without visible scraps.
Compost smells a bit like a forest on a rainy day, or earthy.
Dark and rich brown in color

There is no such thing as an exact science when it comes to composting. To figure out the best way for you to compost takes time and experience. The results of the process may vary from time to time, even if you don't change your methods. Feel free to experiment with your bins, ratio of browns to greens. Rot will happen! Eventually, your compost pile will break down.

 

You will learn more as you work with our TALLBOY home and community compost bins.

Monika, Bangalore