Amazon.Or, for less than $20, you can easily make one yourself today!
To start and complete your composter tumbler, all you need are the following:
Steps 1,2 and 3 - Drilling Holes
Drill holes on the top, side, and bottom of your trash can (in any order). This is actually fast and effortless work. I was surprised how easily the drill poked through the plastic - just like a hot knife through butter.
That's it. Your composter is finished.
Steps 4 and 5 - Adding and Maintaining Your Compost
In a future post, I will explain in more detail the basics of composting (in the meantime you can read this guide). For now, simply add your yard or kitchen debris, always making sure your compost never gets too dry or too wet.
From time-to-time, mix your compostables by laying the composter on its side and rolling it around on the ground a bit.
If all of this sounds like too much work, or you don't have a drill etc..., you can always buy one. Composting tumblers, such as these,are amazingly cheap and practical.