Envirocycle Composter Review

Disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned for free as a thank you for writing this post. Regardless, all opinions expressed are completely my own.

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Envirocycle was founded in 1991 by Pierre Emond, a young, ambitious entrepreneur from Montreal, Canada. His intent for the business was to provide attractive, functional, and affordable compost bins for the average person. He also formed the business to have great customer service skill.

Today, just over 20 years later, Envirocycle still sticks to providing their top-quality composters and they still keep up excellent customer service.

DISCOVERIT

DSCN4326Envirocycle sent us their Original Composter/Compostmaker to review.

DSCN4331Set up was unbelievably easy! There are two pieces total. Here’s the base. There are rollers on it to make it easy to rotate the compost. We simply placed the compost bin on top of the rollers and voila! It was set up!

DSCN5100Something really unique about the composter’s base is that it collects the liquid from the compost. This makes compost tea and it’s especially great for nourishing seedlings. Here’s the spout where this tea comes out.

DSCN4332Here’s the opening on the bin. The opening is large enough to easily place things in and the bin itself is very spacious to hold quite a bit of compost before needing to be emptied.

DSCN4327The lid on the opening closes securely with a hook and eye.

We have been thoroughly enjoying this composter! Because it is made with black material, the compost within stews very well. The round design that comes off the base is very helpful because you can literally roll it to the section of the garden you want to dump the compost. We also enjoy the fact that it gathers the compost tea.

BUYIT

envirocycle-original-composter3You can purchase the Envirocycle composter online at www.Envirocycle.com or on Amazon.com.

WINIT

The Prize

envirocycle-original-composter2Original Envirocycle
$179.99

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Disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned for free as a thank you for writing this post. Regardless, all opinions expressed are completely my own.
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TJ is a former chef with a Bachelor of Science degree in writing turned stay-at-home wife to a loving, hard-working husband and mom to two very active, adorable little boys.
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Comments

  1. 1

    Ruth J. says

    I like that you can collect the compost tea in the base to distribute where you please or you can make it so the tea just drains directly into the ground if you don’t want or need it.

  2. 3

    Dorothy Teel says

    I love this composter and the fact that it is pre-assembled, rotating, ready to use and that it was the ” first commercial composter in the world to collect liquid in the form of leachate – a powerful and natural fertilizer.” and has assessable drain at bottom of the recycler.

  3. 14

    says

    The unique base design collects compost tea (a powerful liquid fertilizer). It has a 5 year warranty and is on rollers. It also has a cycle of 4 to 6 weeks, so awesome!

  4. 15

    Marcia G says

    I learned that the Envirocycle Original Composter/Composteamaker is also the first commercial composter in the world to collect liquid in the form of leachate – a powerful and natural fertilizer.

  5. 16

    Kathleen says

    I would LOVE to start composting! What a nice unit this is. I had never heard of draining and using the liquid. I guess I have a lot to learn about it. Thanks for this AWESOME chance to win and learn about composting!

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