Internet #207148994

Model # RCCOMP36

Greenes 173.92 Gal. Cedar Wood Composter

  • Rot- and insect-resistant cedar prevents infestation damage
  • Rubber mallet allows quick assembly and configuration
  • Open design helps to circulate and rotate waste regularly
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Product Overview

  • Rot- and insect-resistant cedar prevents infestation damage
  • Rubber mallet allows quick assembly and configuration
  • Open design helps to circulate and rotate waste regularly
Create an environmentally friendly, economic composting system with Greenes Composting Bins. These cedar bins allow you to turn household waste into a natural food for your lawn, garden, and flower beds. Simply layer greens (such as vegetable and fruit peelings, coffee grounds, tea bags, and grass clippings) and browns (such as eggshells, cardboard, corncobs, and cotton towels) and allow materials to begin to compost. The bins' open design makes it easy to turn the pile every two to three weeks with a shovel or pitchfork to aerate the product and speed up the breakdown process. Depending on the climate and the mix of materials, your compost will be ready to use in 3 to 12 months. To keep a continuous supply, create a multi-bin system with our add-on kits; after one bin is full and the materials have begun to break down, simply move them to the next bin and begin the process again in the first bin. A three-bin system will keep the process moving seamlessly. Greenes composting bins are available in 36 in. x 36 in. x 31 in./23.25 cu. ft. and include 4 posts, 28 boards, and 48 spacers. Cover with a tarp or plywood (not included) if desired.
  • Standard kit includes 4 posts, 28 boards, and 48 spacers
  • Made from naturally rot- and insect-resistant cedar
  • Assembles with only a rubber mallet
  • Easy to add new material and remove finished product
  • Forms a 2 or 3 bin composting system with purchase of Greenes add-on kits



Product Overview

  • Rot- and insect-resistant cedar prevents infestation damage
  • Rubber mallet allows quick assembly and configuration
  • Open design helps to circulate and rotate waste regularly
Model #: RCCOMP36
Internet #: 207148994

Create an environmentally friendly, economic composting system with Greenes Composting Bins. These cedar bins allow you to turn household waste into a natural food for your lawn, garden, and flower beds. Simply layer greens (such as vegetable and fruit peelings, coffee grounds, tea bags, and grass clippings) and browns (such as eggshells, cardboard, corncobs, and cotton towels) and allow materials to begin to compost. The bins' open design makes it easy to turn the pile every two to three weeks with a shovel or pitchfork to aerate the product and speed up the breakdown process. Depending on the climate and the mix of materials, your compost will be ready to use in 3 to 12 months. To keep a continuous supply, create a multi-bin system with our add-on kits; after one bin is full and the materials have begun to break down, simply move them to the next bin and begin the process again in the first bin. A three-bin system will keep the process moving seamlessly. Greenes composting bins are available in 36 in. x 36 in. x 31 in./23.25 cu. ft. and include 4 posts, 28 boards, and 48 spacers. Cover with a tarp or plywood (not included) if desired.

  • Standard kit includes 4 posts, 28 boards, and 48 spacers
  • Made from naturally rot- and insect-resistant cedar
  • Assembles with only a rubber mallet
  • Easy to add new material and remove finished product
  • Forms a 2 or 3 bin composting system with purchase of Greenes add-on kits



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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
36 in
Assembled Height (in.)
31 in
Assembled Width (in.)
36 in
Product Depth (in.)
36
Product Height (in.)
31
Product Width (in.)
36

Details

Assembly Required
Yes
Capacity (cu. ft.) - Total
23.25
Capacity (gallons)
173.92
Color Family
Cedar
Composter Type
Stationary
Covered
No
Landscape Supply Type
Composter
Low Odor
No
Odorless
No
Product Weight (lb.)
46lb
Returnable
180-Day
Weatherproof
Yes

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
36 in
Assembled Height (in.)
31 in
Assembled Width (in.)
36 in
Product Depth (in.)
36
Product Height (in.)
31
Product Width (in.)
36

Details

Assembly Required
Yes
Capacity (cu. ft.) - Total
23.25
Capacity (gallons)
173.92
Color Family
Cedar
Composter Type
Stationary
Covered
No
Landscape Supply Type
Composter
Low Odor
No
Odorless
No
Product Weight (lb.)
46lb
Returnable
180-Day
Weatherproof
Yes

Questions & Answers

ease of assembly

ease of assembly
Asked by: val
Yes. I only needed a rubber mallet to assemble. Took my about an hour, including having to take a few boards off when I missed placing a spacer.
Answered by: SuburbanChicken
Date published: 2019-10-02

How hard is it to get the planks out after they are put in place?

How hard is it to get the planks out after they are put in place?
Asked by: NM
Very easy. If one side sticks, just wiggle it a bit or use a rubber mallet.
Answered by: Emma
Date published: 2020-01-28

what are the overall dimensions?

what are the overall dimensions?
Asked by: babs
The one I ordered was 3' x 3'. I believe there is also a larger size.
Answered by: Taceaux
Date published: 2020-02-11

can i grow potatoes in this bin if i dont want to use it for compost

can i grow potatoes in this bin if i dont want to use it for compost
Asked by: bird
Yes
Answered by: RoadRunner
Date published: 2019-10-20
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