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Colorful Composting #Giveaway Event @MOON_Blogs

***2 Winners***
CompoKeeper

Hosted by:
A Lucky Ladybug
and 
Make Our Own Network

Did you know that International Compost Awareness Week is May 3rd-9th?

The "innovative food scrap collector was designed with your busy life and the planet in mind. Efficient, no odors, bug-free convenience!  Available in four colors and comes with 12 Compostable Bags, Two Activated Carbon Filters, Easy-to-assemble Handle Accessories

Proprietary bag-sealing clamps
Pedal-powered lid
Ventilated design
Activated carbon filter

What are you doing to reduce your eco-footprint?
This giveaway is open to the Continental US only (because of shipping costs) and will end on May 15th, 2015.  Good Luck!!

7 comments:

  1. I do compost everything that can be composted. I would llove something this nice instead of filling coffee cans. I think I peepll a milliom potatoes and always am putting them in the pile.

    ellen beck on form

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  2. I am the composting queen, yes right here in the suburbs. We eat a ton of vegetables too so we have lots of stuff to put in there (and probably a metric ton of coffee grounds over the years!).

    The most wasted thing? Junk mail. My husband doesn't like to put things with our address in the recycling (I'm not sure that I agree with this level of paranoia, but I allow it) so it all gets torn up and put in the regular trash.

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  3. The most wasted food in our household is crusts of bread as my teen won't eat them! LOL.

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  4. I think we waste a lot of bread/buns in our house. They always seem to go bad prior to us using them all.

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  5. We sort of compost. We have a compost container in the kitchen, but it does not get taken to a larger receptacle to be composted, it gets taken out to our chickens to eat. We don't waste a whole lot of food, but there are always scraps from cutting up vegetables, apple cores, etc. I'd love to win and be able to actually compost!

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  6. Fruit and vegetable peels are what I throw out most often. We live in a rural area so I usually just toss them into the woods for the birds and squirrels. I would love to start composting to enrich my garden soil.

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