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Exaco Eco2000 Kitchen Compost Collector

Item# 07160361000P | Model# ECO2000 | Added on January 24, 2010 |
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Exaco Eco2000 Kitchen Compost Collector
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Make Your Compost with the Exaco Kitchen Compost Collector The Exaco Kitchen Compost Pail lets you start composting right in your home. With a 2.4-gallon capacity, the container can hold plenty of kitchen scraps that you can later add to your outdoor compost collection. Instead of throwing waste away, compost organic materials to help decrease your carbon footprint and make the soil in your garden or lawn strong. The pail comes with a carbon filter, which helps reduce pungent smells throughout your kitchen. Standing at 11" tall, this collector features a convenient handle that's easy to carry and empty when you're ready.

  • The Exaco Kitchen Compost Pail is ideal for holding small kitchen waste
  • 2.4-gallon capacity stores plenty of scraps to add to a larger outdoor compost
  • 11" tall for easy placement in your kitchen
  • Convenient handle makes this container simple to carry and unload
  • Includes carbon filter to reduce odor in your space
  • Filters should be replaced at least every 3 months
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By it_better_be_good
May 25th, 2016
I wouldn't give you two cents for this poorly constructed piece of ****

It looks nice, fits nicely on the counter and appears to be a great place to store garbage scraps you wish to compost. However it also provides the best and fastest way I have ever seen to produce fruit flies because the top does not form a seal that will keep them out. The lid is slightly warped at the back and the hinges don't allow it to seal shut so although it looks closed in the front the flies easily crawl into it between the side and the warped top at the back. This is a totally useless product, way over priced even if it worked properly, don't be fooled by its looks, it's just a cheaply made piece of faulty molded plastic.

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Dot S
May 25th
it_better_be_good
have it

I wouldn't give you two cents for this poorly constructed piece of ****

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It looks nice, fits nicely on the counter and appears to be a great place to store garbage scraps you wish to compost. However it also provides the best and fastest way I have ever seen to produce fruit flies because the top does not form a seal that will keep them out. The lid is slightly warped at the back and the hinges don't allow it to seal shut so although it looks closed in the front the flies easily crawl into it between the side and the warped top at the back. This is a totally useless product, way over priced even if it worked properly, don't be fooled by its looks, it's just a cheaply made piece of faulty molded plastic.

May 25th via sears.com
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Mitxel3
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Great little green bucket

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This serves my purpose for recycling my organic waste. The filter keeps smells away.

October 22nd via sears.com
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Fengg

Is it a toy?

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Looks really small, can only be used as my daughter's toy, great, she has a new toy now.

July 3rd via sears.com
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KnowlesLodge

This is Lightweight, but who wants to carry a heavy container?

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This is a bit small and definately lightweight, but being physically challanged, it is exactly what I need.
So, It depends on you and what you are looking for & how much you can easily carry & how far you compost pile is from your kitchen.

December 4th via sears.com
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