Instead of worrying about where to put that half empty bag of Kingsford charcoal, remember that these wonderous black lumps of coal have many uses other than Bar-B-Queing your favorite meals. Charcoal is also wonderful in your compost pile. Keep it in a weatherproof container near your compost and when the vegetation smells too much of ammonia, add some charcoal to it. My invention would be a container with a bottom lever and slot to distribute the charcoal. This handy storage bin distributes the black magic evenly over the top of the compost and keeps the charcoal off hands and clothing.