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We don’t have any less food waste in the wintertime and many of us live in areas where it becomes difficult to compost when the frost sets in. These composters will continue to dispose of your food waste, even with snow on the ground. From classic compost tumblers that come with some extra insulation to small vermicompost that can fit in the corner of your garage, you’re sure to find a composter that fits your situation in this list.
Whether you’re trying to choose your first composter or looking to add the ability to compost throughout the wintertime, we hope you love these great composters as much as we do!
Although this composter doesn’t allow you to harvest compost, it does work great throughout the winter and is a great way to dispose of unwanted pet waste all year round!
Easily move your worm composter inside to keep your worms warm and active throughout the winter. This 2-tray composter is a great way to easily bring your composing into the garage.
Much like the Can-O-Worms, this composter is a great way to easily transfer your composting into the garage where worms will stay warmer. This will compost up to 6 – 8 lbs. of kitchen scraps a week!
This small composter is great for homes that don’t have garages to house large worm composters. Ideal for small households or balconies, this composter can easily be stored in your home.
If you’re looking to continue vermicomposting large amounts of food scraps throughout the winter, the Hungry Bin is your best option. This worm composter processes up to 4.4 lbs. of food waste per day!
Unlike worms, the Bokashi process is all about the waiting game. Perfect for storing food scraps all winter because the unique process will work in the winter to provide you with compost in the spring.
This little composter is the cleanest way to utilize worms indoors all year round. This smaller vermicomposter will process 1.1 lbs. – 2.2 lbs. per week and bring some style as well!
If you’re an experienced composter and you’re looking for a wintertime composting solution that will be the same as your summer process, this is the option for you!
In-Ground Worm Composters for the Winter
If you live in areas that only experience mild winter climates, simply insulating your vermicomposter will allow your worms to stay active all winter long. This can be done by adding layers of insulating material on top of your compost or even buying an electric heating pad. Keeping your compost above 55 degrees Fahrenheit will be ideal for worms to survive. The worms will process food slower, but you will still be able to dispose of your food scraps all winter long!
The Subpod is one of our favorite composters and there’s no exception for using it when the snow falls. As long as you keep your worms warm, it should work well all winter.
This in-ground composter will get your compost deep below the frostline and allow your worms to feast on fresh food scraps.
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