A stylish stainless steel compost bin to have in the kitchen, ideal to easily put most kitchen waste in.
Composting is one the the best ways to recycle green kitchen waste, such as vegetable peelings, egg shells etc. But do remember it should be uncooked vegetable waste, not meat or scrapings from the plate.
The virtues of compost cannot be heralded enough - putting compost on to the garden makes a significant difference to the growth of shrubs, flowers and vegetables alike.
You can can compost all vegetable peelings, teabags and tea leaves, crushed eggshells, and cardboard such as egg boxes. Depending on the speed that bacteria breaks down within the pail, it can take up to 3-6 months for compost to fully mature. Once it has a crumbly feel and a more earthy smell it is mature enough to be used in soil.
Do not compost meat, fish or dairy products.
For a larger compost bucket, take a look here.