Indoor Compost Bins and Worm Bins

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Welcome to our Indoor Compost bin selections! Choose any of our indoor vermicomposting bins.

What better way to reduce the need for chemical fertilizers made in a lab that is harmful to the environment than to make your own compost? Have your pick from any of our composters, and just feed it scraps, trash, mail, and old newspapers.

The composters will transform all of that unusable material into valuable compost. With the help of these “magic creators,” you can recycle more, use less chemical fertilizer, boost your crop yield, and help save the earth.


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  • Composter and Worm Farm Conditioner

    $21.99
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  • Worm Factory 360 Extra Trays

    $39.95$89.95
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  • Hot frog essential living composter - green

    Hot Frog Essential Living Composter

    $129.99
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  • Maze Worm Farm + FREE 100 COUNT COMPOSTING WORMS!

    $110.99$149.99
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  • The Worm Factory 360 – FREE SHIPPING! –

    $149.99
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  • Cube Indoor Balcony Worm Bin Home Food Composter

    $129.99
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  • Worm Cafe

    $149.95
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    Can-O-Worms

    $139.00
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  • Urban Worm Bag Version 2 – FREE SHIPPING

    $139.99
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  • Hot Frog Essential Living Composter Expansion Tray Set

    $64.99
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    New! 16 Inch Round Steel Compost Sifter

    $44.95
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  • HOT FROG Living Classic Composter Expansion Tray Set

    $89.99
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  • Stainless Steel Compost Pail

    $31.99$51.99
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  • Bamboo Compost Pail

    Bamboo Compost Pail

    $50.99
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    White Enamel Coated Stainless Steel Compost Pail

    $38.00
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    *BLACK* Stainless Steel Compost Pail

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  • Worm friendly Habitat

    $49.95
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Best Indoor Compost Bin Features

When it comes to indoor composting bins, there are many options to make the composting process and collecting worm castings as simple as possible. When looking for the best indoor composters, look for the following:

Indoor bin cover

It's important to remember that composting indoors can sometimes result in unpleasant odors. A lid, which even a budget compost bin has, is an excellent way to reduce this. Some bins even have an activated charcoal filter to help reduce odors. When worm composting, you can keep your vermicomposting bin from stinking by inspecting your worm food and aerating the bedding on a regular basis.

Easy compost collection

Since you are making your nutrient-rich compost indoors, you do not want to make a mess when you harvest them for your indoor plants. Layered plastic bins, such as the Worm Factory 360, are popular because they make it easier to separate finished compost from unfinished compost.

The right size

The majority of people make the error of choosing one that is either too small or too big. Consider carefully how much coffee grounds, shredded paper, yard waste, and other organic material you want to add before deciding to buy one. Also decide on what composting method you want to choose since there are different considerations for worm composters.

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do if I am new to indoor composting?

The first step is to determine the best location for your indoor composter. This is critical because you will need to choose a location where you can easily add food scraps and other organic waste. Some of the most common are countertop compost bins and under-the-sink kitchen compost bins.

Next is to collect food waste you will need and select the best indoor worm bin for your needs. Then you will populate the bin with bion bedding, worms, and food waste. Check out this blog post for a more in-depth explanation.

What are the most common issues with indoor composting?

When done correctly, there should be no problems with composting indoors. But if you do not aerate it enough or put in too much organic material, you may attract pests such as fruit flies. Unlike using an outdoor compost bin, this is an issue that should be addressed right away.

There are a few options for dealing with them, such as trapping them or removing their food source. Which path you choose is entirely up to you. Uncle Jim outlines in this guide what you can do to drive them away and keep them from returning.

Have more questions about our indoor compost bins? Reach out to us today and we’ll be glad to help!

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