What Can I Compost?

7 May 2014  |  HOTBIN Composting

Unlike wormeries, all citrus fruits (Oranges, Lemons, Clementines, Satsumas, limes, etc) and their peels can be added into the HOTBIN.

8 April 2014  |  HOTBIN Composting

Pet bedding for small animals like hamsters and rabbits can be composted in the HOTBIN, however the rate of decay depends on the type of bedding.

4 April 2014  |  HOTBIN Composting

There is a mixture of both biodegradable and non-biodegradable cat litter but which ones are suitable for composting in the HOTBIN?

5 February 2014  |  HOTBIN Composting

All manures can be composted in the HOTBIN. When adding manure, you should take additional hygiene and safety precautions.

5 February 2014  |  HOTBIN Composting

A variety of household items can be added to the HOTBIN, including cellotape and cotton clothes. See what else you can add to the HOTBIN in our handy table.

5 February 2014  |  HOTBIN Composting

There are a number of miscellaneous items that cannot be added to your HOTBIN, including glass, metals and most plastics. To find out which materials you can compost in the HOTBIN, have a look at our table.

4 February 2014  |  HOTBIN Composting

You can compost grass and lawn cuttings in the HOTBIN. We recommend adding bulking agent to the HOTBIN when you add large quantities of grass.

4 February 2014  |  HOTBIN Composting

The majority of garden waste can be added to your HOTBIN. Have a look at our table to find out more!

4 February 2014  |  HOTBIN Composting

A number of miscellaneous food items can be composted in the HOTBIN, included cooked food waste and tea bags.See our table for more.

3 February 2014  |  HOTBIN Composting

Any item that was once a plant can compost, however, they decompose at different rates and some are more practical than others.


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