Eco-friendly bins for leftover food compost
San Francisco: The rate of food wastage is very high all over the world including Pakistan. Now leftover food can be made into compost in just 24 hours by placing leftover food in a trash can called Rankle.
This automatic dumpster called Rankle contains a variety of enzymes and microbes that can be used to make the best natural fertilizer by ‘digesting’ vegetables, fruit peels, rotten fruits and other items. No odors or insects are produced in this process.
It can be called Kitchen to Garden Fertilizer Composer. The reason is that in the age of synthetic fertilizers, it is very difficult to find organic and eco-friendly fur or compost. That is why the trend of making organic fertilizers is increasing all over the world.
Rankel was developed by a San Francisco-based company with a selection of the best microchips throughout the system. Now the garbage that is poured into it, no matter how acidic or salty it may be, makes the best organic fertilizer that can be extremely useful for your garden. Rich in essential nutrients, this fertilizer is no less than a tonic for the garden.
Interestingly, its packaging is also eco-friendly and the used plastic is completely eco-friendly and falls into the category of bopoplastics.
One and a half pounds of organic waste can be disposed of at a time. Then the next moment the process of composting begins. There is no odor and this process continues in silence. Its microcosms are rapidly increasing in number.
According to the company, raw or cooked vegetables, fruits, cheese, meat, fish, noodles, cereals, slices and bread crumbs, eggs, pizza, and other items can be placed in it and converted into fertilizer. As you put the food inside, the bacteria and microorganisms continue to do their work, while a grinder rotates and shakes it. This is how natural fertilizer is made in one day.