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Top 10 Environment-Saving Gifts

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Composter

Kitchen Composter


Composting turns garbage into a treat for your garden, and it's easy to do. Buy your friend an attractive kitchen compost pail for around $20. He can put food scraps in the bucket and take them out to a compost pile in the yard at his convenience. A composter with a charcoal filter will cut down on kitchen odors. For the ultimate in composting ease, get your friend an automatic composter, like this one for $300 at CleanAirGardening.com. Food goes in and useable soil comes out.

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