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Full Circle Scrap Happy Scrap Collector and Freezer Compost Bin : Small Trash Bin by Your Stove :)

Instead of throwing this in the freezer when i have added to it, i hang it on the inside threshold of my chicken coop. My chickens love the plate scrapings and veggie peels. And yes, i throw it in the dishwasher when the girls have emptied it. I will be purchasing a second one in the near future so one can be in the kitchen while the other one is in the coop. When it comes in from the coop, i just rinse it out and throw it in the dishwasher. So much easier to use/clean than the chicken feeders on the market.

If you want to recycle your organic. If you want to recycle your organic waste such as fruit peels, egg shells and the like, throw them in this and freeze it.Even when i really packed it down and filed it to the max, frozen solid it popped right out with a tap on the button and washes off quite easily.

But it was easy to put back in place. This fits inside my trash can and i use it to collect food scraps for my compost pile. Unweary house guests have accidentally pushed it down (thinking it was just trash sticking up out of the bin), but it was easy to put back in place. It is pretty durable and fits my needs well. It was small than i expected, but typically it is not full until the trash bag is full, so that is not really an issue.

We have ordered this item before. We use it in the bedrooms to put the remote controls in for easy locating. We have one headboard that is metal and we can hang it on there. The other bedroom has a wood frame around the mattress/boxspring and we hang it on that. Can also be used when a child is sick or even to throw soiled tissues in. One customer questioned the color: it is medium gray.

  • Small Trash Bin by Your Stove 🙂
  • Was a great purchase.
  • but it was easy to put back in place

Full Circle Scrap Happy Scrap Collector and Freezer Compost Bin, Green

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  • Wire rim attaches to drawer to easily scoop scraps off your counter or cutting board
  • Easy to empty, simply invert and press on bottom
  • Dishwasher and freezer safe

I do not have a garbage disposal, so putting this on the edge of the sink when washing dishes is super helpful. Or when chopping veggies i can free up more real estate on the cutting board as i go. I like the soft silicone because it can easy wiggle it’s way into my freezer and there is no issue with having a hard time getting the frozen goods/ ice block out when i go to the compost.

I was looking for a tiny wastebasket to use on my kitchen island (garbage can is inconveniently located too far away) when i stumbled on this. I line it with a plastic bag and hook it on the cabinet while i am making breakfasts and lunches and then it tucks right away when i am done. It has been super useful and i use it everyday.

I bought this because i used one at a friend’s house. It’s extremely handy to have for several reasons. While it doesn’t fit over the saddle between my two sinks (it might on another sink), it does fit snugly over a drawer, so you can position it where you are cutting or peeling or chopping and scrape the leavings right into it. I like that it can go in the freezer too, so that potentially smelly scraps can be placed in the freezer until it’s convenient to take it out to the compost bin or trash. It’s made of a supple material and is easy to clean.

But it was easy to put back in place. This fits inside my trash can and i use it to collect food scraps for my compost pile. Unweary house guests have accidentally pushed it down (thinking it was just trash sticking up out of the bin), but it was easy to put back in place. It is pretty durable and fits my needs well. It was small than i expected, but typically it is not full until the trash bag is full, so that is not really an issue.

Small trash bin by your stove :). I use mine more as a small trash collector. I have mine next to the stove for eggshells and anything else i may want to toss quickly. Also, i line it with a plastic produce bag so that it doesn’t get grimy and dirty. Not only this, but using this as a small trash can, i end up using my large kitchen trash bag as a bin for my smaller produce-bag-wrapped trash bags (and/or trash items that don’t have a smell). This means my large trash can usually doesn’t smell bad, since it’s only ever full of smaller wrapped trash bags. Maybe it seems a little strange, but for someone who usually only cooks for one, i don’t like my large trashcan to be partially full and already smell like it needs to be taken out.

I looked and looked for the right scrap bin. I love that it doesn’t take up precious counter space. You can freeze it and it comes out easily. This is great when the gnats are bad. No matter how hard you try those little bugs will find their way into all scrap bins. The only thing that is just a bit of a negative is the size, it is a tad small, but if it were deeper or much bigger it would get in the way of cabinets and you most likely. There are some days i just have to walk to the compost bin more than once when i am doing a lot of cooking, but if you use all of your vegetable scraps, you won’t have much to throw out anyways. I am so glad i chose this one.

I bought this because i used one at a friend’s house. It’s extremely handy to have for several reasons. While it doesn’t fit over the saddle between my two sinks (it might on another sink), it does fit snugly over a drawer, so you can position it where you are cutting or peeling or chopping and scrape the leavings right into it. I like that it can go in the freezer too, so that potentially smelly scraps can be placed in the freezer until it’s convenient to take it out to the compost bin or trash. It’s made of a supple material and is easy to clean.

Instead of throwing this in the freezer when i have added to it, i hang it on the inside threshold of my chicken coop. My chickens love the plate scrapings and veggie peels. And yes, i throw it in the dishwasher when the girls have emptied it. I will be purchasing a second one in the near future so one can be in the kitchen while the other one is in the coop. When it comes in from the coop, i just rinse it out and throw it in the dishwasher. So much easier to use/clean than the chicken feeders on the market.

I looked and looked for the right scrap bin. I love that it doesn’t take up precious counter space. You can freeze it and it comes out easily. This is great when the gnats are bad. No matter how hard you try those little bugs will find their way into all scrap bins. The only thing that is just a bit of a negative is the size, it is a tad small, but if it were deeper or much bigger it would get in the way of cabinets and you most likely. There are some days i just have to walk to the compost bin more than once when i am doing a lot of cooking, but if you use all of your vegetable scraps, you won’t have much to throw out anyways. I am so glad i chose this one.

I was looking for a tiny wastebasket to use on my kitchen island (garbage can is inconveniently located too far away) when i stumbled on this. I line it with a plastic bag and hook it on the cabinet while i am making breakfasts and lunches and then it tucks right away when i am done. It has been super useful and i use it everyday.

I do not have a garbage disposal, so putting this on the edge of the sink when washing dishes is super helpful. Or when chopping veggies i can free up more real estate on the cutting board as i go. I like the soft silicone because it can easy wiggle it’s way into my freezer and there is no issue with having a hard time getting the frozen goods/ ice block out when i go to the compost.

We have ordered this item before. We use it in the bedrooms to put the remote controls in for easy locating. We have one headboard that is metal and we can hang it on there. The other bedroom has a wood frame around the mattress/boxspring and we hang it on that. Can also be used when a child is sick or even to throw soiled tissues in. One customer questioned the color: it is medium gray.

Small trash bin by your stove :). I use mine more as a small trash collector. I have mine next to the stove for eggshells and anything else i may want to toss quickly. Also, i line it with a plastic produce bag so that it doesn’t get grimy and dirty. Not only this, but using this as a small trash can, i end up using my large kitchen trash bag as a bin for my smaller produce-bag-wrapped trash bags (and/or trash items that don’t have a smell). This means my large trash can usually doesn’t smell bad, since it’s only ever full of smaller wrapped trash bags. Maybe it seems a little strange, but for someone who usually only cooks for one, i don’t like my large trashcan to be partially full and already smell like it needs to be taken out.

If you want to recycle your organic. If you want to recycle your organic waste such as fruit peels, egg shells and the like, throw them in this and freeze it.Even when i really packed it down and filed it to the max, frozen solid it popped right out with a tap on the button and washes off quite easily.