Why do we think Compy is the right way to kitchen compost? Because it gets to the source of the problem in the right way, the natural way.
Why your compost bin is a mess
Before Cities around the world introduced organic waste collection, most folks threw out their food waste in the good old garbage, or placed it in your sink's garburator. Today, if you participate in your City's organic waste collection program, you probably keep all your food scrapes in a bin. When you bring all the food waste together into one bin, you get odour issues, moisture issues, and pest issues (like fruit flies) as it starts to decompose.
Why the Compy formula works
Odours Go Bye-Bye
Compy is derived of materials that eliminate odours at their source. They react at the molecular level with the food waste, to reduce harsh odors that are given off by the food waste. All in a natural way.
Moist Gunk No More
After a few days of decomposition, the food waste will break down and release moisture, resulting in a gunk layer at the bottom of your bin. Compy is super absorbent, so it absorbs most of the moisture, trapping it between its fibers. This stops most of the moisture from leeching into the bin walls. Also, the layer of Compy stops food waste from sticking to the bin walls, making cleaning a whole lot easier (and cheaper because you save water). It really is a bin barrier.
Pests, No Thank You
Pests such as fruit flies, raccoons, rats, and bears need food. Obviously. And when the smell of food is in the air, they come knocking. Compy reduces odours, and so pests are less likely to invade your compost bin.