Visit getcomposting.com for great value compost bins.
As part of International Compost Awareness Week, Boston Borough Council is encouraging more residents to get composting with a fantastic offer promoted in partnership with getcomposting.com.
Residents can purchase discounted compost converters from as little as *£18.50 and with the fantastic “Buy One Get One Half Price” offer, residents can purchase a second compost converter from only *£9.25, a massive saving. Get composting’s Blackwall and Rainsaver products are made from 100% percent recycled plastic. This includes a combination of plastics collected by councils from waste segregation sites and kerbside collections as well as industrial waste such as old gas pipes, old wheeled bins and car bumpers.
Head on over to GetComposting.com where you will find compost bins, food waste digesters and hot composters allowing you to compost all of your household food waste.
The Waste Resources Action Programme (WRAP) estimates that the use of a home compost bin diverts approximately 150 kilogrammes of waste per household away from landfill sites each year, so isn’t it about time you gave composting a go? It is simple to do and once you get started, you will be surprised at just how much daily household waste can be recycled. It’s also a cheaper alternative to chargeable garden waste collections and has the added benefit of producing a FREE supply of top quality compost which has multiple uses including as a soil improver, mulch or plant feed and helps your garden retain moisture.
Christian Allen, Head of Environmental Operations from Boston Borough Council said, “More than 30% of the average household waste can be composted and although many households already compost at home, we want others to get involved. This is a great incentive to encourage more residents to get composting and set up their own composting communities sharing the rewards. Home composting organic waste also helps to significantly reduce carbon emissions and can also be used as an effective and sustainable waste management method, reducing the amount of residual waste sent for processing and reducing contamination in recycled waste which can result in recyclables being difficult or impossible to reprocess.”
There are a range of compost bins and accessories available to suit new recruits and seasoned gardeners alike.
For full details or to order visit www.getcomposting.com, or call 0844 571 4444.
The buy one get one half price offer is available on selected products. A one-off delivery charge of *£5.99 applies. (*subsidising councils please amend as appropriate)