Indoor composting made easy

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Do a web search for indoor composting, and you'll find plenty of useful step-by-step guides that explain how to build your own indoor composting system, complete with a friendly menagerie of worms. The systems are clean and produce great mulch, but not every consumer wants to deal with worms, let alone have them munching away in their kitchen. San Francisco-based NatureMill came up with a solution: an indoor composter that doesn't use worms, doesn't attract flies and isn't smelly. The units are small enough to fit in regular kitchen cabinets, can process up to 120 lbs (55 kg) of organic…

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