Use one bin for fresh scraps, one for decomposing material and one for usable compost, says Rose Hughes.
You will need:
• 26m – 100 x 50mm dressed untreated timber (Douglas fir preferred). • 12m – x 50 x 50mm posts. • 18m – 150x 25mm untreated timber. • Optional: 11m – 150 x 25mm (for end caps). • 10g x 100mm screws. • 8g x 65mm screws. • Chisel and wood rasp or sandpaper. • Screwdriver / drill and bits. • Clamps. • Drop saw / skillsaw. • Staple gun and staples. • 8m chicken wire. • Resene Waterbourne Woodsman Stain and a paintbrush.
Cost: $470 (excluding paint)
The slats at the front can be built up or removed one by one as material builds up, or as fresh compost is used.
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