Compost Bucket for Kitchen Encourages Waste-Free Living, Says Brand

Third Rock, an environmentally responsible family business, recently introduced its compost bucket for kitchen via Amazon. This home composting kit was created to encourage homeowners to lead a waste-free lifestyle.

Ashgrove, QLD, Australia - December 6, 2019 —

Third Rock is pleased to announce that its recently launched compost bucket for kitchen has made a steady start on Amazon. Third Rock is a small family business dedicated to creating sustainable products that encourage homeowners to go green. According to the brand, the composting bin makes home composting easy, inspiring many users to embrace a waste-free lifestyle.

The company informs that composting is a fun way of converting organic waste into soil using heat, time, and sometimes microorganisms. According to statistics compiled by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), 14% of landfill waste in the United States is composed of food waste that could be composted. In addition to food waste, it is also possible to compost yard trimmings, wood, and paper. At present, there is the potential to compost 61.3% of the overall amount of waste sent to landfills by all Americans. This can cut America’s nationwide landfill waste by half, says Third Rock.

The compost bin for kitchen counter is extremely easy to use and only requires piling the food waste into the bucket and securing the lid, says the company. Composting often creates a disagreeable odor that attracts flies and other small insects. To address this problem, the kit from Third Rock comes with an in-lid charcoal filter. The 6.5-inch filter lasts for 8-12 weeks, and the manufacturer recommends wiping the lid with a damp cloth to enhance the filter’s life.

“I’m really happy with this compost bin. At first, I was concerned that it would take up too much counter space because it’s so much bigger than my last one, but it’s great that for the first time, I can fit the rinds from an entire watermelon with just a little balancing instead of carrying the drippy mess outside on my cutting board. And it’s super cute, so that doesn’t hurt either,” a satisfied user mentioned in her Amazon review.

Anyone looking to find out more about Third Rock’s kitchen compost bucket may visit the company’s official website or Amazon storefront.





About Us: Third Rock is a green sustainability brand selling a range of kitchen compost bins & accessories in the US market. The brand is only 4 months old but the take-up rate of the brand's products has exceeded our expectations.

Contact Info:
Name: Jason Hetherington
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Organization: Third Rock
Address: PO Box 364, Ashgrove, QLD, 4060, Australia
Phone: +61 421 085 086

Release ID: 88937311

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