Subpod In-Ground Composting System

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$199.00

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New for Winter 2020

Subpod is a modular in-ground vermiculture composting system, designed to make composting a breeze for almost anyone, anywhere.

You can also purchase the Subpod Grow Bed separately here and the Subpod Aerator here

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Overview

Subpod converts household organic waste into a powerhouse of nutrient-rich soil, while doubling as a handsome and hardy garden bench. Subpod creates a safe environment for compost worms and aerobic (odorless) microbes to convert organic household waste into vermicompost. The worms move through the perforations in the underground part, aerating and carrying those nutrients into the surrounding soil, creating an optimally fertile environment for plants to thrive.

Features & Benefits:

      • Subpod breaks down up to 33lb/ 15kg of your kitchen food waste into rich soil every week
      • Compost solution that lets the worms work directly in the soil
      • Quick assembly
      • Odorless
      • Beautiful aesthetic design
      • Doubles as a garden seat
      • Option to connect multiple Subpods together
      • Compost worms team up with odourless microbes inside Subpod and transform food waste into soil

Please note the Subpod does not include worms. Composting worms can be purchased from a variety of local hardware stores or online sources.

What can go in?

      • FOOD WASTE Fruit and vegetable scraps, eggshells (crush them first), coffee grounds, used tea leaves, spoiled plant-based milks, grains, pastas, breads, snack foods, nuts (and their shells), seeds, pits, husks and so on. Small amounts of meats, seafood and dairy foods, citrus, onion and garlic may also be added, along with pretty much anything going funky in the fridge. Subpod can also process spicy herbs and peppers, dairy foods and oils, but it’s best to introduce these types of substances slowly, in small pieces, in small amounts at first, and only after your worms are fully established (around three months).
      • PAPER & CARD Most scrap paper and cardboard can be added to Subpod, as long as it’s not laminated or super glossy. Again, the smaller the pieces, the better. Junk mail, office paper, bills, envelopes (no plastic windows), post-it notes. Paper plates, tissues, egg cartons, paper cupcake liners, baking paper, even card and paper packaging is fine, too.
      • NATURAL FIBRES Used cotton swabs and balls, toilet paper cores, are all fine. Old clothing, face washers, napkins, tablecloths and very old towels can be used as long as they are made from natural fibres like cotton, tencel, linen, hemp or wool (no polyester, nylon, acrylic or blends) – just shred them into small pieces first. Washer and dryer lint are OK too, as long as, again, it comes only from clothing made from natural fibres.
Overview

New for Winter 2020

Subpod is a modular in-ground vermiculture composting system, designed to make composting a breeze for almost anyone, anywhere.

You can also purchase the Subpod Grow Bed separately here and the Subpod Aerator here

Read more

Overview

Subpod converts household organic waste into a powerhouse of nutrient-rich soil, while doubling as a handsome and hardy garden bench. Subpod creates a safe environment for compost worms and aerobic (odorless) microbes to convert organic household waste into vermicompost. The worms move through the perforations in the underground part, aerating and carrying those nutrients into the surrounding soil, creating an optimally fertile environment for plants to thrive.

Features & Benefits:

      • Subpod breaks down up to 33lb/ 15kg of your kitchen food waste into rich soil every week
      • Compost solution that lets the worms work directly in the soil
      • Quick assembly
      • Odorless
      • Beautiful aesthetic design
      • Doubles as a garden seat
      • Option to connect multiple Subpods together
      • Compost worms team up with odourless microbes inside Subpod and transform food waste into soil

Please note the Subpod does not include worms. Composting worms can be purchased from a variety of local hardware stores or online sources.

What can go in?

      • FOOD WASTE Fruit and vegetable scraps, eggshells (crush them first), coffee grounds, used tea leaves, spoiled plant-based milks, grains, pastas, breads, snack foods, nuts (and their shells), seeds, pits, husks and so on. Small amounts of meats, seafood and dairy foods, citrus, onion and garlic may also be added, along with pretty much anything going funky in the fridge. Subpod can also process spicy herbs and peppers, dairy foods and oils, but it’s best to introduce these types of substances slowly, in small pieces, in small amounts at first, and only after your worms are fully established (around three months).
      • PAPER & CARD Most scrap paper and cardboard can be added to Subpod, as long as it’s not laminated or super glossy. Again, the smaller the pieces, the better. Junk mail, office paper, bills, envelopes (no plastic windows), post-it notes. Paper plates, tissues, egg cartons, paper cupcake liners, baking paper, even card and paper packaging is fine, too.
      • NATURAL FIBRES Used cotton swabs and balls, toilet paper cores, are all fine. Old clothing, face washers, napkins, tablecloths and very old towels can be used as long as they are made from natural fibres like cotton, tencel, linen, hemp or wool (no polyester, nylon, acrylic or blends) – just shred them into small pieces first. Washer and dryer lint are OK too, as long as, again, it comes only from clothing made from natural fibres.
Specifications
Key Feature:
Worm composting system
Assembly Time:
10 minutes
Product Material:
Polypropylene
Origin:
Designed in Australia Made ethically in China
Warranty:
1 year
Dimensions:
29.5'W  17.7'L  16.9'H
Lead Time:
Ships within 5-7 Business Days
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  • In business since 2000
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  • Carbon-neutral, Family-owned business that promotes sustainability!

New for Winter 2020

Subpod is a modular in-ground vermiculture composting system, designed to make composting a breeze for almost anyone, anywhere.

You can also purchase the Subpod Grow Bed separately here and the Subpod Aerator here

Read more

Overview

Subpod converts household organic waste into a powerhouse of nutrient-rich soil, while doubling as a handsome and hardy garden bench. Subpod creates a safe environment for compost worms and aerobic (odorless) microbes to convert organic household waste into vermicompost. The worms move through the perforations in the underground part, aerating and carrying those nutrients into the surrounding soil, creating an optimally fertile environment for plants to thrive.

Features & Benefits:

      • Subpod breaks down up to 33lb/ 15kg of your kitchen food waste into rich soil every week
      • Compost solution that lets the worms work directly in the soil
      • Quick assembly
      • Odorless
      • Beautiful aesthetic design
      • Doubles as a garden seat
      • Option to connect multiple Subpods together
      • Compost worms team up with odourless microbes inside Subpod and transform food waste into soil

Please note the Subpod does not include worms. Composting worms can be purchased from a variety of local hardware stores or online sources.

What can go in?

      • FOOD WASTE Fruit and vegetable scraps, eggshells (crush them first), coffee grounds, used tea leaves, spoiled plant-based milks, grains, pastas, breads, snack foods, nuts (and their shells), seeds, pits, husks and so on. Small amounts of meats, seafood and dairy foods, citrus, onion and garlic may also be added, along with pretty much anything going funky in the fridge. Subpod can also process spicy herbs and peppers, dairy foods and oils, but it’s best to introduce these types of substances slowly, in small pieces, in small amounts at first, and only after your worms are fully established (around three months).
      • PAPER & CARD Most scrap paper and cardboard can be added to Subpod, as long as it’s not laminated or super glossy. Again, the smaller the pieces, the better. Junk mail, office paper, bills, envelopes (no plastic windows), post-it notes. Paper plates, tissues, egg cartons, paper cupcake liners, baking paper, even card and paper packaging is fine, too.
      • NATURAL FIBRES Used cotton swabs and balls, toilet paper cores, are all fine. Old clothing, face washers, napkins, tablecloths and very old towels can be used as long as they are made from natural fibres like cotton, tencel, linen, hemp or wool (no polyester, nylon, acrylic or blends) – just shred them into small pieces first. Washer and dryer lint are OK too, as long as, again, it comes only from clothing made from natural fibres.
Key Feature:
Worm composting system
Assembly Time:
10 minutes
Product Material:
Polypropylene
Origin:
Designed in Australia Made ethically in China
Warranty:
1 year
Dimensions:
29.5'W  17.7'L  16.9'H
Lead Time:
Ships within 5-7 Business Days
  • No-hassle, 30 day returns
  • No sales tax
  • Quick shipping
  • Secure shopping (SSL, PCI, McAfee Secure)
  • In business since 2000
  • Member of Better Business Bureau, Green America, and US EPA Watersense
  • Carbon-neutral, Family-owned business that promotes sustainability!

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Specifications:

Key Feature:
Worm composting system
Assembly Time:
10 minutes
Product Material:
Polypropylene
Origin:
Designed in Australia Made ethically in China
Warranty:
1 year
Dimensions:
29.5'W  17.7'L  16.9'H
Lead Time:
Ships within 5-7 Business Days

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