Today in the "did you see this coming" edition we came across a two-bin composter that is set to blaze a new trail in the modern world. Seen as composting revolutionized, this central design of the Mantis Compost Twin review sets us in a huge wave of excitement on the composting method of the future. Newly released in the market, many environment-conscious folks adapting the Green lifestyle all over the world from country settings to urban areas already have a compost twin tucked in the yard, cooking compost all year round. For these early adapters, the double bin composter is just plain amazing. It is a design that is very simple yet very effective, efficient, so obvious that youd want to beat yourself in the head and say why didnt I ever thought of that Now that it is actually available and Mantis is producing it, dont beat yourself up twice.Features and Stuffed GoodiesHere is a list of drool-worthy features taken from the Mantis Compost Twin review page:* Two 10-bushel capacity bins continue the process of composting the next batch without the wait.* 65" wide x 66" high x 41" deep.* Aerator vents on each bin to allow much needed into the mix for sure decomposition.* Perfect height 32 inches above the ground for easy loading and unloading.* Durable tubular frame, galvanized metal drum for years of use.* Vented end caps for even air flow and drainage of excess moisture.* Interior "fins" mixes the compost material inside when bins are rotated.* Easy to turn handle and gear system for zero back-break turning.City and suburban dwellers who are conscious about their part in protecting the environment opt to composting when disposing household organic wastes. Aside from helping minimize your towns garbage, you will be earning black gold the most powerful fertilizer called humus. You can then use this fertilizer in your veggie plot, potted plants, small to large scale farms, or even sell them as organic fertilizers. There is a huge potential and a big ROI to recycling organic waste such as kitchen scraps, fruits and vegetable peelings, dead leaves in the garden and so much more, through natures way of composting. Composting is not even dirty and messy. If you are worried about the smell of rotting materials, then your idea of composting dates back to ancient times (with a slight exaggeration there). Composting is very hygienic and organized nowadays you wont even need to dig compost pits or maintain compost heaps! Turning bins are the trend. They are made of waterproof materials, are well-designed so that rodents cant get to them and cause a complete mess, and you can be sure no offensive rotting smells will waft off to your neighbors patio.