EnsoPet is an innovative inground composting system, specifically designed for composting pet waste easily and hygienically. Composting all pet waste including dog, cat, rabbit and guinea pig, EnsoPet keeps your yard free of pet waste, preventing it ending up in land fill and returning carbon to the soil, rebuilding the soil on a microbial level.
EnsoPet has been praised by our customers as the best solution to compost pet poop, especially dog and cat poop. The EnsoPet pet waste composting system comprises of the EnsoPet Composter Unit and EnsoPet Starter. The system’s sustainability and ease of use makes it one of the most eco-friendly products for pet owners and best gifts for dog and cat lovers.
The EnsoPet composting unit is comprised of 4 identical sections of moulded recycled plastic, and a lid. The 4 sections easily clip together to create a bottomless cylinder. Once assembled it measure 35cm wide at the base, 40cm high and 18.5 cm wide at the top/lid. It is an inground composter, only the lid and opening is above the ground, it is therefore discrete and requires little space in the garden or lawn. The side sections have been specifically designed with holes to allow access for moisture and worms.
Why Compost Pet Waste?
Uncollected pet waste is messy, smelly and unhygienic. Composting pet waste keeps your yard clean and provides a healthier environment for your family and pets.
Pet waste left in public areas such as parks, beaches, nature strips and footpaths is unsightly and pollutes our environment. Rain washes uncollected waste down the drain resulting in the pollution of our waterways. By collecting pet waste you are helping to reduce this negative impact on our environment. The popular method of collecting pet waste, in plastic bags and disposing in rubbish bins, is not ideal. There are over 4 million dogs in Australia each producing up to 100kg of waste annually. Composting with EnsoPet as your pet waste disposal method would successfully reduce tonnes of plastic bags and pet waste ending up in landfill, while at the same time returning carbon and nutrients to the soil.