Loughborough University graduate Benjamin Cullis Watson has designed a smell-free rubbish bin that can quickly compost waste from the kitchen.

Bokashi, is a Japanese method that uses fermentation to decompose rubbish, leaving no mess or smell behind. Taihi automatically sprays an accelerator mixture onto the waste to start the process, which takes around two weeks.

The method produces both liquid, which is stored in a sealed watering can that can be removed to instantly feed plants, and compost that’s driven into a separate container.

Cullis Watson is currently investigating options for Taihi – which was awarded the 2017 New Designers Joseph Joseph Brilliantly Useful award – and completing a second version of the design.

影片來源: Ben Cullis Waston

資料來源: Dezeen

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