The Urban Worm Company

Indoor Composting

The Urban Worm Company Maker Steve Churchill has redesigned the typical set-up for worm composting. This method works a lot like the traditional backyard approach—food waste goes in and, eventually, nutrient-rich compost comes out—but instead of relying on time and heat to do the work, worms speed up the composting process. This indoors-only approach is great for beginners or folks short on outdoor space. Steve, a veteran and pilot, discovered worm composting in 2011 and has become a well-known resource for other folks. Unlike other worm composting bins, Steve’s conical, open-frame design allows for more breathability, which is better for the worms. They start at the bottom of the bag and work their way up to the top, eating food waste and creating compost that's easy to access. No sifting or separating, just rich, natural goodness for your garden.

The Urban Worm Company

Worm Composting Bin

Indoor Composting

The Urban Worm Company Maker Steve Churchill has redesigned the typical set-up for worm composting. This method works a lot like the traditional backyard approach—food waste goes in and, eventually, nutrient-rich compost comes out—but instead of relying on time and heat to do the work, worms speed up the composting process. This indoors-only approach is great for beginners or folks short on outdoor space. Steve, a veteran and pilot, discovered worm composting in 2011 and has become a well-known resource for other folks. Unlike other worm composting bins, Steve’s conical, open-frame design allows for more breathability, which is better for the worms. They start at the bottom of the bag and work their way up to the top, eating food waste and creating compost that's easy to access. No sifting or separating, just rich, natural goodness for your garden.
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Quick Questions

How long does it take before you can harvest castings?

It takes about six months until the Urban Worm Bag is ready for harvest.

How much yield is there of worm castings?

The yield is roughly three to five pounds per week once the system is fully set up.

Does the Urban Worm Bag come with worms to start composting?

No, the user manual has some helpful suggestions on where you can source worms and other recommended materials for worm composting.

Why doesn’t the Urban Worm Bag have a tap for leachate like other worm bins?

A properly-maintained worm bin should not be producing leachate and adding a tap to the product would suggest that it should. The Urban Worm Bag’s breathable fabric construction reduces the likelihood of conditions that would result in leachate. However, it's essential to regulate the humidity inside the bag in case of an excess of water.

Learn more about the product

Urban Worm Composting Bag see details

The Urban Worm Company

Worm Composting Bin

Indoor Composting

The Urban Worm Company Maker Steve Churchill has redesigned the typical set-up for worm composting. This method works a lot like the traditional backyard approach—food waste goes in and, eventually, nutrient-rich compost comes out—but instead of relying on time and heat to do the work, worms speed up the composting process.

This
indoors-only approach is great for beginners or folks short on outdoor space. Steve, a veteran and pilot, discovered worm composting in 2011 and has become a well-known resource for other folks.

Unlike other worm composting bins, Steve’s conical, open-frame design allows for more breathability, which is better for the worms. They start at the bottom of the bag and work their way up to the top, eating food waste and creating compost that's easy to access. No sifting or separating, just rich, natural goodness for your garden.
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Quick Questions

How long does it take before you can harvest castings?

It takes about six months until the Urban Worm Bag is ready for harvest.

How much yield is there of worm castings?

The yield is roughly three to five pounds per week once the system is fully set up.

Does the Urban Worm Bag come with worms to start composting?

No, the user manual has some helpful suggestions on where you can source worms and other recommended materials for worm composting.

Why doesn’t the Urban Worm Bag have a tap for leachate like other worm bins?

A properly-maintained worm bin should not be producing leachate and adding a tap to the product would suggest that it should. The Urban Worm Bag’s breathable fabric construction reduces the likelihood of conditions that would result in leachate. However, it's essential to regulate the humidity inside the bag in case of an excess of water.

Learn more about the product

Urban Worm Composting Bag see details