Waste Buster worm tower- a worm feeding station in your garden!

September 20, 2012

in Composting, Vegetables, Worm composting and worms

Waste Buster Worm Tower

Don’t have room for a compost bin or a wormery? Want to recycle your food waste and make a valuable enrichment to your garden soil?

Then the Waste Buster Worm Tower is ideal for you…

Waste Buster Worm Tower Nurturing Nature


Waste Buster Worm Towers house earthworms in your soil as they feed upon your kitchen waste fertilising as they move in and out as well as inside the tower.

These are ideal if you want to grow vegetables in a raised bed or have areas of your garden with of a low or poor quality soil. The worms turn waste into a rich fertiliser all around the worm tower, as does the water as it sinks into the surrounding areas. Its like having all the benefits of a wormery only directly inside your garden soil, which is where ultimately vermicompost is best used around the roots your crops, plants, trees or shrubs.

The Registered Design allows you to remove the compost inside the wormery and use it elsewhere in the garden, It also allows you to change the position of the tower to another part of the garden to fertilise. It really is a simple and productive method of enriching areas of your garden.

Worms and bedding starter kit.

We supply a species mix of earthworms that best benefit your soil and recycle your food or paper waste.

 Waste Buster Worm Tower £40 delivered to mainland UK only. OVERSEAS CHARGES APPLY. Bank transfer or chq below

Worms and bedding starter kit £15 delivered to mainland UK only. OVERSEAS CHARGES APPLY Bank transfer or chq below

For BACS details telephone or email me.

Chq payable to

Nurturing Nature Ltd
28 Ringwood Close
Gorse Covert
Warrington WA3 6TQ

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

John Elliott December 13, 2015 at 11:16 pm

George and Karen,

Lovely to meet up with you both today. You can also add back management to your list of attributes for my not getting bachache from the fixed seats, like I did on the way out.

Will be in touch regarding some of my favourite places in Scotland.



nurturingnature December 15, 2015 at 7:41 pm

LOL!! Great to meet you both too. Yes please email me. Cheers,George


Judy July 7, 2016 at 12:16 pm

Hi. I am very interested and would like details and prices for average use household wormerys delivered to the UK.



nurturingnature July 13, 2016 at 2:53 pm

Will email you Judy. Thanks, George


Louisa Helen Randell August 7, 2017 at 11:39 pm

hello do you have more pics of the worm.tower please.?
is it similar to a tiered wormery .?.. and do you have measurements please ..?


nurturingnature August 17, 2017 at 7:43 am

It’s not a tiered wormery Louisa as most of it is buried into the ground so that system would not work. I do not have any more photos, approx cm 21 x 18 w with 89h, hth, Cheers, George


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