Thursday, June 12, 2008
Remember compost piles? Whodathunk that stinkin, flea flocked mountain of grass and chicken bones my mom kept in the yard would become obsolete?
Now all that molting goodness is available right in your kitchen.
According to treehugger, this jobbie from Sharpe "digests organic food waste with its proprietary Composting Bio Mix--a blend microbes and yeast cells, which also suppress odors while they work via Plasmacluster Ions that inactivate airborne mold."
There you have it. And only the size of a pony.
I'm thinking of a Kitchen Gadget Composter for kitchen gadgets you don't use anymore. In with the breadmaker, waffle iron and pasta maker and out with their raw component materials.