3-Bin Wire Composter for 'cold composting' - I have this in my yard for a few seasons now and use it for leaves and grass clippings. Do not add weeds to it!!! The piles do not get hot enough to kill them off and they will just wait and respread once the compost is finished and ready for use. It is a way to compost all the healthy cuttings and clippings from your property and garden. Within 2-3 months....I have beautiful compost to spread around my beds and to use in my outside pots.
Kitchen Compost Pail (Bucket, Bin) - DIY, Easy, and Frugal
countertop compost bin--drill holes in the top (any container you can drill through works). Then take a charcoal filter (for a countertop composter, also found at pet stores) and some adhesive velcro and stick the filter to the lid of your new composter!
From The Family Handyman Magazine......DIY Tip of the Day: Handy soil sifter. A large plastic milk-crate storage container with a gridwork bottom makes a great soil sifter. Weeds, roots and rocks stay in the crate. The crates cost a couple of bucks at most home centers and discount stores.