The main difference between tabletop composting and traditional forms of composting is the type of container the compost is stored and created in. Whereas traditional composting usually relies on a compost heap or a bin where plant matter can be stored while it decays, tabletop is a small scale form of this. In the tabletop version, smaller amounts of compost material are stored in smaller containers such as small pots or a large tabletop bin, where it then can break down. This allows for urban composting when a lot of space isn’t available.
Nature Mill makes a particularly attractive, small composting unit that can be used in the kitchen. It is a small, automatic composting unit that produces fresh soil in about two weeks.
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