Upcycled Countertop Compost Bin

Material and Finish: Magnolia | Clear Oil

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Sustainability Spectrum

Getting Better Super Sustainable

  • Product Description

      If you don't already cook with a "trash bowl", you're missing out. If you don't know what we're talking about, we promise it's a thing, and even Rachael Ray does it--keep a mixing bowl or other large bowl handy by your cutting board or prep station so you can collect food scraps as you go. We were ready to level-up from the trash bowl and to get even more efficient, which is why we sprung for this handsome Fallen Tree Countertop Compost Bin--yup, its craftsman wood exterior is made from fallen trees. 

      The metal lid and bin are removable, so you can easily lift the light metal interior to empty or fill the compost bin. We love that it looks good enough to keep on your countertop, and is functional enough to move and cook with you. Let's be real, if a kitchen tool isn't within reach, it's probably not living up to its full potential!

      Curious about how to use a compost bin? We broke it down on Instagram. And check out our guide to composting on Planet G for *all* of your composting questions (even just, what is it!?). 

  • End of Life
    • · Gee, we hope you don't ever want to chuck this one. If you must, you could reuse the interior metal bin as food or waste storage, and the wood facade could be cut up and repurposed.
  • Shipping & Delivery
    • · This ships about 3-5 business days after you order it.
  • FAQ
    • · The Fallen Tree Countertop Compost Bin is 12" L x 7.5" W x 6" H. Too big for your small space? We have a smaller size here!
    • · This Fallen Tree Countertop Compost Bin can hold up to 6.1 quarts of good-for-your-soil compost.
    • · Looking for a replacement lid or insert? We can help with that! Shoot us an email at hi@goldune.com
  • Ingredients & Materials
    • · Since these are made from fallen trees, each and every one is different! Only bring this compost companion into your home if you're comfortable with the natural variances in wood-- grain, sapwood, pins, knots, texture, etc.