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Blackwall 220 litre Black Compost Converter

Item No. CV220BLH
Special Offer Available - Buy One Get One Half Price!

Voted best "BUDGET BUY" in Gardeners' World Magazine.

The Blackwall 220 Litre Black Compost Converter will help you to transform your kitchen and garden waste into a valuable and nutrient rich food for your garden.

With over three million sold to date, the Blackwall Compost Converter is the UK's best-selling home compost bin.

Providing a secure environment for compost, this converter retains heat and moisture.

Made out of recycled plastic, the Blackwall 220 Litre Black Compost Converter is UV stabilised to prevent any degradation.

The Blackwall 220 Litre Black Compost Converter is made in the UK with a 7-year guarantee, and has an extra wide hatch for easy access, requiring no assembly.

Also available in 330 litre size.

Optional base plate available.


  • Full user guide included.
  • Optional base plate available.
  • Carbon footprint certified by the Carbon Trust


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Reviews (4)
  • Decent composter 11/7/2017
    This is a reasonable quality plastic composter. You do not have to assemble it and the lid twists firmly in place so will not blow off. Within a week of placing it on my allotment I could feel the heat rising from the rotting produce inside it.
  • commence composting 11/7/2017
    This is my first venture in garden composoting. I read about the subject then looked at possible compost bins suitable for my small garden. The product was delivered very quickly together with a base that was ordered at the same time.It was easily assenbled. It appears very stable and has been subjected to very high winds. I am very pleased to recommend this product.
  • A reliable compost bin 4/12/2017
    I've had one of these composters for four years now and not had a problems to date. My only advice would be to hold the bin down when it's empty (I use a heavy stone on the lid). However as soon as the bottoms filled this isnt needed. I also dont tend to use the hatch to dig out compost, I simply use it to see how well the compost is coming along. Instead I simply lift the bin up and dig out the compost thats ready to go.
  • Good Times 11/16/2016