HOTBIN Composting Key Facts

4 August 2016  |  HOTBIN Composting

The HOTBIN is supplied with two thermometers, learn how, why and when they should be used and during hot composting

3 August 2016  |  HOTBIN Composting

HOTBIN is an aerobic composter and does not require an external power source to work effectivley

23 September 2015  |  HOTBIN Composting

What does your first batch of compost look like? The base layer in your HOTBIN may need to be partially or completely reprocessed - find out why.

5 February 2015  |  HOTBIN Composting

Stop the HOTBIN getting too wet by controlling the moisture levels in the bin from wet waste thats been added. Use shredded paper- recycle more paper in your home - discover what types you can use.

6 November 2014  |  HOTBIN Composting

Households are becoming increasingly under pressure to reduce the amount of waste they send to landfill and to recycle more. Reduced frequency of waste collections have been introduced, bin sizes are being squeezed and food caddies becoming a familiar site in many kitchens as the councils ask us to collect and leave out our food waste for recycling.

7 August 2014  |  HOTBIN Composting

We recommend using composted wood chip as your bulking agent. It is important that any wood chip you do use, does not have a high moisture content.

7 August 2014  |  HOTBIN Composting

In the HOTBIN we seek to compost all food wastes - this if often very soft/wet - so it is essential to add bulking agent.

16 July 2014  |  HOTBIN Composting

Guide to chopping and shredding waste before adding to your HOTBIN

7 February 2014  |  HOTBIN Composting

Once filled, it is common for the HOTBIN to hold 50-100kg of weight. If gale force winds are forecast within your first month of purchase, then you may wish to take precautions to increase the weight of your HOTBIN.

6 February 2014  |  HOTBIN Composting

The HOTBIN needs to be 'fed' at least once or twice a week to keep it hot. We recommend adding a minimum of 5kg of waste to the HOTBIN every week.

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