This is a very versatile product. It can be used to store sawdust, dried leaves, or semi-done or fully done compost. It can also be used to compost organic waste and dried leaves.
In the 3 tiered Kitchen Composter, there is the manual shifting of units that can be labour intensive, and the volume of waste you can manage with a 3 or 4 tiered composter is about 1 kg per day. With 3 Medium Leave-it Pots you can manage 10 kgs per day. The 3 tiered system in vertical arrangement is the Kambha or the Mota Lota, in the horizontal arrangement is the Leave-it Pots.
If you add more than 10 kgs of waste everyday, you will have to remove the half done compost earlier since the other Leave-it Pots fill up faster.
Yes in flats and schools and offices.
Each Leave-it Pot takes an area of 18 inches x 18 inches. You usually need 2 to 4 Leave-it Pots to help you compost organic waste.
This is an outdoor product. It can be kept in open spaces and is weatherproof. It can be placed near the waste-sorting center if your building has that facility or in the basement, terrace or in a corner of the garden/landscaped area.
The Leave-it Pot requires one person to look after it every day and two people to transfer piles and sieve the done compost once a month.
Adding sawdust with dried leaves creates a great composition that keeps the pile from compacting and lets air into the gaps.
It is better to add accelerator to help decompose meat and milk products.
There are different ways of doing this.
Some flats insist that each home dumps the organic waste into the composter. In other places, each home puts out two kinds of waste in different containers everyday. One is wet and the other is rejects. These two containers of waste are collected by the housekeeping. Organic waste is dumped into the composter and the rejects are sent to landfill. The dry waste is collected only once a week. This is taken by housekeeping and sorted at a central sorting center and then sold to recyclers.
Very often the watchman, the maali(gardener) and the housekeeping staff are trained to maintain this. Sometimes, two people are hired specifically to do this job.
You must see the Leaf composter section.
The half done compost needs to mature for another 2 months before you can use it in the garden. It still has a lot of organic matter that needs to be fully decomposed. So you have to store this in a place where it can be aerated and kept moist. A pit or gunny sack will also be enough. The Leave-it Pots are elegant and easy to maintain.
After 2.5 months you can remove the large bits and put it back into the fresh organic waste. This will act as an accelerator. The remaining lumpy pile you can use in the garden. Some gardeners prefer to sieve this, some don’t.
Then you need to use another solution that fits your needs.
Yes, you can. You can sign up as a clone and then we will give you the drawings to produce these.
You need to repair it or ask us for a new lid.
You need to repair it with M-seal and cement.