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Subpod

Subpod - Kitchen Compost Caddy (3 colours)

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STYLE

HOLDS UP TO 5L OF FOOD SCRAPS | SIMPLE TO USE | AUSTRALIAN DESIGN | FOOD-SAFE 304 STAINLESS STEEL | DISHWASHER SAFE | LINER COMPATIBLE | 3 COLOURS 

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This Compost Caddy by Subpod is the perfect benchtop bin to collect your food scraps in before popping them into your in-ground composter! Made from high-quality, easy-to-clean stainless steel and available in three different colours, this durable caddy suits any kitchen. 

Sleek enough for modern homes, tough enough to handle trips out into the garden. The Caddy has a generous 5L capacity and helps you keep track of how much waste you divert each week with your Subpod. 

The Caddy is to be paired with a composter & we loveee the Mini Subpod or Larger Subpod

Available In 3 colours: 

- Charcoal
- Seafoam 
 White

Product Details:
  • Has a generous 5L capacity 
  • Dishwasher Safe 
  • Liner Compatible  
  • Made from food-safe 304 stainless steel 
  • 3 colours are available to choose from 
  • Stainless steel handle with silicone grip

What can I compost in Subpod?

Almost everything. Even your hair and clothes (as long as it comes from natural fibres). See the full list of compostable items below. You can compost a much bigger variety of materials in a Subpod than in other worm farm systems! See the full list below:

1. Foodwaste -  Most food waste can be composted in Subpod without worry. Fruit and vegetable scraps, eggshells (crush them first), coffee grounds, used tea leaves, spoiled plant-based milk, grains, pasta, bread, nuts (and their shells), seeds, pits, husks and so on. Small amounts of meat, seafood, dairy foods, citrus, onion and garlic may also be added. Subpod can also process spicy herbs, peppers and oils but it’s best to introduce these slowly in small amounts at first, and only once your worms are fully established (after around three months).

2. 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, and even card and paper packaging is fine.

3. Natural Fibres - Cotton wool balls and pads, tampons, toilet paper cores and even natural latex condoms and gloves can go into Subpod. 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 is okay too, as long as it comes only from clothing made from natural fibres.

4. Wood & Bamboo - Sawdust (no paint) is great. Toothpicks, disposable wood, bamboo and bioplastic cutlery and crockery can be composted, along with dead matches, bamboo skewers, garden prunings (cut 'em up small), and charcoal from the fireplace – as long as you wash off the ash which is too alkaline for Subpod.

5. Human and animal waste  - Human hair and nail trimmings, used facial tissue, used cotton bandages and sanitary items can all be composted in Subpod, as long as they are made from 100% natural fibres. Pet hair of all kinds is fine, along with soiled newspaper and hay cage liners and faeces from vegetarian pets and livestock (rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, cows and horses). Dog and cat faeces are NOT suitable for Subpod if you’re eating the plants growing around it. But fine if you want to have a separate one for this purpose.

What can’t go in the SubPod?

You cannot compost non-organics such as plastic, tin cans, cigarettes, building waste, toxic waste, glass, or any other similar materials in Subpod.

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Let us know if you have any questions about theKitchen Caddy at askusanything@goforzero.com.au

No more nasties, only Australian goodness!