Activist and designer Jamie collects used wood for you. He cuts out all the necessary parts for this worm paradise for you.
Why would you do odd jobs when you have a ready-made container for the same money? Firstly, because you are of course extra sustainable in this way: You are not only going to convert your GFT into super worm compost. You also use used materials and a minimal amount of plastic. And yes, unfortunately it is more expensive. This is mainly because new virgin materials are actually just too cheap. And because cutting and packaging to size is simply a lot of work.
Furthermore, a wooden container has the advantage over plastic containers that wood breathes and absorbs moisture. As a result, the moisture balance in the tank is regulated in a natural way.
Of course, this large container works best when it is indoors. Then you don’t need a roof (you use that T-shirt for that). If you do put it outside, order the lean-to.
Shipment directly by maker as a large package. Packing and preparing for transport is quite labour-intensive. Hence additional shipping costs. You can also pick up the package directly from the maker in Utrecht.
Please note: this is really a DIY package. Most of the work (devising, drawing and sawing) has already been done. But you must enjoy working with tools yourself and not have two left hands. Do you want a little more convenience and still a wooden worm composter ? Then take a look at the worm stool, which can even be put together with 1 left hand.