How much volume are you talking about? Here's another idea:
I find that layers of brown paper bags -- usually start with a lunch bag, then roll the top closed and put in increasingly larger size bags, adding more compostables as I go (if I have intermediate sizes) until the final size is the brown grocery bag -- lets me get away with keeping things longer before taking them out. I put them in a leakproof plastic grocery bag ONLY if I see the contents seriously staring to soak the bag -- usually, at first sign of moisture coming through, I put the bag in the next size bag or sometimes, double the grocery bag. If you wait until the paper bag is soaking, it will be too late. Sometimes, I just put a folded up paper bag in the bottom of the next size bag to soak up moisture some more.
What I do with the resulting GREEN/BROWN layer bundle -- take out of the plastic bag first, of course:
(1) put as it is in the middle of a wet compost pile after a soaking rain OR
(1') pour some water into the bags to moisten the contents then bury in the compost pile OR
(2) take the time to dump out each paper bag and roughly tear them up, and generally stir into the compost pile OR
(3) (in the middle of the winter) toss into the top of the plastic composting bin, slam the lid closed, and run back inside
-- I sometimes use cooled pasta cooking water (no salt) and pour into the bag to moisten/warm up the bundle.