It’s The Colorful Composting Giveaway!

Welcome to the Colorful Composting Giveaway!

Here’s another giveaway that’s great for gardening fans! I am happy to be promoting this giveaway to give my readers a chance at winning! Enter below and Good Luck!

***2 Winners***
CompoKeeper
 
Hosted by:

A Lucky Ladybug

and 

Make Our Own Network
Did you know that International Compost Awareness Week is May 3rd-9th?

The “innovative food scrap collector was designed with your busy life and the planet in mind. Efficient, no odors, bug-free convenience!  Available in four colors and comes with 12 Compostable Bags, Two Activated Carbon Filters, Easy-to-assemble Handle Accessories

Proprietary bag-sealing clamps
Pedal-powered lid
Ventilated design
Activated carbon filter

What are you doing to reduce your eco-footprint?

This giveaway is open to the Continental US only (because of shipping costs) and will end on May 15th, 2015.  Good Luck!!

5 Comments

  1. kelly tupick

    I think the most thrown away item in our household is boxes. Some examples are cereal boxes, mac and cheese boxes, spaghetti boxes, little debbie boxes. Seems like a lot come in boxes and takes up so much space. We do not compost but i think it’s something i would really like to do if we had a composter.

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  2. Ann Cluck

    The most wasted items are food scraps that can be used in a garden compost.

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  3. Dorothy Teel

    Seems to me that our biggest waste filler in the trash is the different boxes or bags that food comes in and no I do not think about recycling it because they are cardboard and we live so far away from recycle center.

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  4. Melissa S

    We do compost, paper towels are the biggest waste in my home.

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  5. Samantha D

    We do compost , as much as possible. From wood ash to shredded up junk mail and of coarse kitchen scraps. Our biggest waste/garbage filler is pet waste, and kcups (we do empty out the grounds though)

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