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New concept of environmental protection this garbage can can turn kitchen waste into plant fertilizer

  • Time of issue:2021-03-29

(Summary description)        Benjamin Cullis Watson, a graduate of Loughborough University in the UK, has designed an odorless garbage can, which can quickly turn kitchen waste into compost.

New concept of environmental protection this garbage can can turn kitchen waste into plant fertilizer

(Summary description)        Benjamin Cullis Watson, a graduate of Loughborough University in the UK, has designed an odorless garbage can, which can quickly turn kitchen waste into compost.

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  • Time of issue:2021-03-29 16:30
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        Benjamin Cullis Watson, a graduate of Loughborough University in the UK, has designed an odorless garbage can, which can quickly turn kitchen waste into compost.

        The taihi can turn kitchen waste into compost for gardens and liquid fertilizer for indoor plants.

         Its principle is bokashi composting method, which is a Japanese composting method, using fermentation to decompose garbage, but will not cause rot or bad smell.

        This composting method produces: first, liquid, stored in a sealed kettle, can be directly used to fertilize plants; The second is the compost collected separately in a container.

         This kind of garbage can has double cover and rubber sealing ring to prevent odor emission. At the same time, its surface is also covered with a layer of non stick coating, which is convenient for emptying and cleaning. Unlike many composting systems, this method does not require agitation of waste, nor does it require any specific conditions or types of waste.

       The user can start fermentation by putting a special bacillary mixture in the barrel.

        After designing the taihi trash can while studying product design and technology in Loughborough, Kulis Watson was determined to use it to solve the garbage problem in the UK. He spent his childhood in Ethiopia, where almost no garbage would be buried, according to him.

       The designer purposefully designed a clean and simple shape for the trash can to emphasize the cleanness and simplicity of this method. At the same time, he also directly linked it with Japanese design.

        Cullis Watson is currently investigating the market for the taihi trash can. It has won the 2017 Joseph Joseph brilliantly useful award and has completed two versions of the design.

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