How to use a Plastic Compost Bin Explore our range of plastic compost bins & recycled plastic compost bin, which are available in a range of designs and sizes, allowing you to choose the perfect style for your garden. Our heavy-duty composters are made up of recycled materials, making them eco-friendly and more sustainable. All of the composters we stock are ventilated, offering the right amount of air and moisture to maximise the rate of decomposition. Whether you want a decorative rollable sphere composter or a more traditional standing bin composter, we have a range of styles and sizes for every need, from small 18 litre bins to larger 330 litre compost converters. Explore our variety of plastic composters today. Once you have a plastic composter installed in your garden, they are relatively simple to use. Simply add your organic waste to the bin, where the moisture and heat will allow it to decompose faster, and over time, this will generate a fresh batch of compost. Once you’ve picked a plastic compost bin for your garden, all you need to do is start adding waste to it to get the ball rolling.
Organic waste you can and should start off with include:
Shredded paper and newspaper
Vegetable and Fruit Scraps
Some plastic compost bins come with a base plate, letting you introduce worms to your compost pile without letting vermin into the bin. Worms can help decompose the organic matter even quicker. You can even get portable composters, which is ideal for larger spaces or when you simply want to change up the design of your garden.