When it comes to composting, you only need two things to make it work: A compost pile and a collection container in the kitchen.
The Sure-Close food scrap collector is by far the best container I’ve seen, and I’ve sampled a lot of kitchen containers.
For more people to catch on to composting, it has to be easy. This container is easy to clean, easy to use, and solves the problems that other containers have.
Here’s the specs:
-2 gallon/ 7 liter capacity… enough for a week’s worth of scraps
-Made of recyclable #2 HDPE plastic, manufactured in Canada
-Easily fits under the sink, in a corner, on the countertop
-The wide, angled opening makes it easy to fill and empty
-The lid stays open at 90 degrees, can be removed when emptying
-Ventilated lid prevents food scraps from fermenting and the holes are small enough that bugs/fruit flies can’t get in. The holes are tiny!
-The seal and latch are nice and tight.
When you think about it, composting comes down to just a few steps:
-Fill your food scrap container
-Carry it out to the compost pile each week
-Empty the container
With the Sure-Close, you can easily compost at home for less than five minutes a week with no hassles.
If you’re looking to start composting, this is a very helpful container that will meet your needs.