Uses drop-in newspaper liners for clean and easy composting
Don't waste $50 to $75 a year or more on expensive paper bags! The Kitchen Cone is the clean, easy way to catch food scraps. It has a bug-stopping lid, and uses drop-in newspaper liners. Moisture from food goes into the paper, and then into the air. Everything is allowed to dry, and dry food doesn't smell!
The Kitchen Cone has a wide opening that's great for food prep and plate scraping. It's attractive on your counter, or hang it inside a cupboard door (The hanger and screws are included).
Disposal is easy; fold the top two flaps and go. No more cleaning a dirty bucket. If you want extra points for neatness, there is another way to fold in all four of the flaps to make a completely sealed bundle. Place the bundle in the green bin or your home composter. The carbon from the newspaper balances the food nitrogen, so it makes better compost faster!
Diverting food from landfill is great for the planet. Food in landfill doesn't compost, it turns into methane, a greenhouse gas that's 20 times worse than carbon dioxide. Kitchen Cone is new, and not everyone has one yet. Be the first among your friends to get one, and they'll see how eco-conscious you are.
- Saves you money. Paper bag liners can cost you $50 to $75 or more a year, every year!
- Is better than a bucket, because the food can dry. Dry food doesn’t smell
- Is great for curbside green bin or home composting
Now Available at these Stores
Across Canada - 30 Bed, Bath & Beyond stores
Ottawa - at the new Terra20 store, Pinecrest Shopping Mall near Ikea
Ottawa - 6 Home Depot stores
Ottawa - Capital Home Hardware
Orleans - Orleans Home Hardware
Kanata - Trudel Home Hardware, Bridlewood Home Hardware
Kingston - Canadian Tire, 2560 Princess
Gravenhurst - Home Hardware