First-Class Cartridge Heaters Making Your Garden Beautiful

For the majority of UK residents, the task of recycling household waste is ingrained in our everyday lives and has simply become part of our daily routine. For most recyclers (and in the UK this mainly applies to the females of the population), it would be easy to think that you’d done your bit for the planet in carefully washing your used bottles and tins and sorting all the boxes and plastic recyclables into their correct wheelie bin (or bag) ready for collection and delivery to the local recycling centre, content with the thought that you’d managed to reduce your carbon footprint that little bit more for another week.

But our recycling efforts should not stop there - there’s another bin we should all be filling and its contents are definitely not destined for landfill. This bin does not live in your kitchen but instead resides in a quiet corner of the garden, happily munching away through your food waste and producing (over the course of up to a year) scrumptiously good quality compost for all your gardening needs. It is of course the ‘Compost Bin’. Manufactured from (often) recycled plastics, compost bins are an inexpensive, natural method of recycling kitchen waste, providing garden lovers with an endless supply of quality, high in valuable nutrients compost that will help grow flowers of the most vibrant colours and vegetables of potentially humungous proportions! Composting at home for just one year can reduce global warming gases equivalent to all the CO² a kettle produces annually or a washing machine produces in three months.

Manufacturing compost bins is a relatively inexpensive, efficient process that is suitable for using reclaimed polymers and employs the services of heating technologies such as quality cartridge heaters throughout the manufacturing process of injection moulding. The polymer will have additional properties added to it such as the required colour and UV protection chemicals, and is most usually formed into two standard sized units that consists of a main body, hinged lid and hatch (housed at the foot of the unit to enable easy removal of the compost). They are light weight and easy to assemble and, being made of UV resistant plastic, can last for years and years.