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CES exclusive: Zera turns your table scraps into fertilizer in 24 hours (hands-on)

por Gale Blackett (2019-09-12)

id="cnetReview" section="rvwBody"> Hi, I'm Megan, and I'm a grocery store junkie. See, I love food, so when I happen across a fruit I've never seen or a hard-to-find vegetable, I tend to snatch it up and ask questions later. Flash-forward a week and 카지노사이트 I've likely devoured a lot of what I bought, but those forgotten Japanese eggplants are well past prime. What to do?

Well, I could get better about meal planning, but in the meantime I have two main options: chuck the leftovers in a garbage bag bound for a landfill or toss them in a compost pile to make fertilizer. The first option is fast and convenient. The second option can take anywhere from a couple of weeks to over a year; the compost-to-fertilizer time frame can vary a lot depending on the size of the pile and your level of active involvement with it.

WLabs, the arm of Whirlpool Corporation tasked with designing, developing and manufacturing small-batch products on the quirkier side of the spectrum, has found a clever, albeit pricey, alternative to composting. The $1,199 WLabs by Whirlpool Corporation Zera Food Recycler claims to turn your food waste into fertilizer in just 24 hours.