Win a Compost Bin?

Today I have a very cool giveaway to tell you about. The folks at Clean Air Gardening are providing a 60 Gallon Spin Bin made from recycled materials for one lucky winner here on The Home Garden. To enter into the drawing all you need to do is comment on this post before 11:59 PM CST on Friday June 4th. The only guideline is that the bin can only be shipped within the 48 contiguous states.

After all entry comments have been made I'll randomly select a winner. The winner will receive the compost bin shipped to their home! The compost bin retails for $169.99 so get your entries in for your chance to win a nifty compost bin!

A Few of the Spin Bin's Features (from Clean Air Gardening):

  • 20 ventilation / drainage slots -- means that your tumbler will give you superior aeration of the contents, one of the keys to successful composting.
  • 4 compost thermometer ports -- so that you can easily keep track of how well your compost is doing.
  • Dual locking lids -- make it easy to add materials to the compost tumbler, no matter which end is up.
  • Sturdy Powder coated steel legs -- will effortlessly hold your bin for years outside in the elements.
  • Easy assembly design -- means that you'll only needs a Phillips screwdriver to put the bin together.
  • Wide mouth -- for easy access to contents inside.
  • Compost instructions embossed in each lid -- so you'll always have the instructions handy.
  • Large 60 gallon capacity -- is the perfect size for most homeowners.
  • Ribbed interior design -- gives your compost bin added strength and superior mixing action.
  • 90 Day No Risk Free Trial -- so that you can buy with confidence.
  • Sealed, off the ground design -- keeps animal pests away.
  • 2 year manufacturer's warranty -- so you know it will last for years to come.
  • 100 percent recycled plastic -- construction is environmentally friendly.
  • Dark color -- absorbs light and helps heat up the materials inside for quicker composting.
  • Tumbles in place -- so it's easy to keep your compost mixed up and aerated, which makes for faster composting.

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