The GAJA Composter is easy to use. To produce quality compost, it is important that you compost the most diverse waste possible, both from the green and brown group of waste. Wooden pellets or dry sawdust is a necessary additive, since the degradation process will not occur without carbon, or the fermentation will be interrupted. To produce the best possible compost, check the table, which categorises waste into two groups of dry and wet waste, and also shows the carbon and nitrogen contents.
HOW DOES GAJA COMPOSTER WORK?
Gaja isothermal home composter is intended for recycling of biodegradable waste into compost. Reaching temperatures above 55 degrees Celsius, the GAJA Composter can be used for composting thermally processed waste, such as kitchen food waste, egg shells, citruses, banana peels, smaller pieces of meat and fish, and smaller bones. Furthermore, the compost can be enriched with mown grass, leaves, residues of pot plants, natural cardboard, wood ashes, sawdust, wooden pellets, and other waste, which will contribute to a richer compost for revitalisation of soil.
Advantages of composting
Using GAJA Composters, we recycle waste in a completely natural and aerated manner that does not cause unpleasant odours and methane, which could disturb your neighbours or the environment.
USABLE IN ALL ENVIRONMENTS
The GAJA Composter has a nice appearance, is of optimal size, and can be installed in an area most handy for waste disposal, as well as for emptying and removal of compost to the garden.
Use of GAJA Composter is childishly simple, as a lot of attention during development was dedicated to the details that made the product as user-friendly as possible.
INVESTMENT INTO A GREEN FUTURE
The composter is mostly made out of stainless steel and represents an economical, one-time long-term investment to take care of the environment and future generations.
In accordance with the Decree on biodegradable household waste management, we can compost biodegradable waste ourselves and thereby save on the costs of monthly waste collection. We also save on the cost of fertilisers.