The ACUA is excited to offer our 1st Backyard Composter and Rain Barrel Sale, open to anyone in New Jersey! With on-site educational support from Rutgers Cooperative Extension office of Atlantic County. The pickup date is Saturday, June 13th, 2020 (must pre-order on-line by June 9th.) Happy Composting!
KIT 1 includes our exclusive educational guide - the Rottwheeler as well as our 2 gallon tan Kitchen Collector is designed for convenient kitchen food scrap collection. The kitchen collector is a mess-free, odor free and easy-to-use food scrap pail that is easily to transported from the counter to your outdoor organic collection or compost bin. Bag clips for compostable bag liners. Snap lid with double rim minimizes odors. Dishwasher safe, BPA fee and Made from recycled content.
The Earth Machine Compost Bin has an 80 gallon capacity and is made with 50% recycled plastic and provides a convenient way to keep food & yard waste out of the waste stream. This is North America's #1 selling backyard compost bin because it features snap-together construction, an off-set retrieval door, 4 anchor pegs to secure the unit to the ground, a locking lid and a "how-to guide, The Earth Machine retails for $100.00.
Organic waste comprises 30 percent of the household trash going into landfills and incinerators, where it has no chance to decompose and offers very little BTU value. Homeowners who compost not only extend the life of our landfills and reduce the cost of collecting household garbage, but also recycle the nutrients in organic waste to create a valuable soil amendment for their gardens. Want to learn more? Check out this cool video:
There are several environmental benefits associated with rain barrels. Foremost, rain barrels reduce storm water runoff, this is water that does not soak in to the ground and can transport many pollutants to our local waterways. By using harvested rainwater for watering lawns, gardens, potted plants and for washing off patio furniture and tools, rain barrels conserve water. From a gardening perspective, the natural nutrients in rain water make it far better than tap water, which has chlorine and fluoride in it. With a rain barrel, gardeners can minimize or eliminate their use of chemical fertilizers.
Pick up will take place on Saturday June 13th from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
ACUA 6700 Delilah Rd, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM