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Organic waste from the 8th floor

The regular disposal of carefully separated household waste from the apartment is a routine task, which may become a very unpleasant responsibility even at the slightest change, such as a lift failure lasting a day or two. Think of the smell of some of the dishes that you forgot to throw away, or that liquid dripping out of the trash bag because you forgot to check for holes again...
Save yourself the trouble. Get an airtight composter!

How often do you take out the trash?

THINK OF ALL THE WASTE JUST FROM SHOPPING
Many environmentally conscious shoppers already think about life according to the “zero waste” principle. They pay attention to the amount of packaging when shopping, and see waste material primarily as a resource. Even if our purchases are not (yet) governed by ethical, environmental and long-term economic goals of reducing the amount of waste, the frequency and unpleasantness of a routine task, such as taking out rubbish, can encourage us to start considering these goals. But even if we minimise the flow of unnecessary soon-to-be rubbish into our apartments, we will still end up with heaps of biological waste. It will accumulate when cleaning fruit and vegetables and cooking dishes; it will pile up when collecting leftovers; it will turn up even when preparing an ordinary cup of tea.
WE WANT TO GET RID OF BIOLOGICAL WASTE AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE
Separate waste collection is changing the rhythm of garbage disposal. If we once took out all our rubbish in a single bag, today we responsibly collect and dump packaging, glass, paper, metals... and biological waste, of course, separately in their respective containers. Since organic waste quickly begins to decay, we want to get it out of the apartment as soon as possible, right? However, imagine living on the 8th floor when the lift in the building shuts down, and you had a party in your apartment the previous day – including fish dishes and plenty of salads. You would want to dispose of the leftovers as quickly as you can and carry them out of the apartment and into the brown composter. Down the stairs. With bio-degradable bags in your hands. Well, even where there is no solution in sight, one definitely exists! Biological waste can also be taken out of the apartment more infrequently – only every 14 days, for example, if it is regularly disposed of and pressed into a kitchen composter. It does not take up more space than an ordinary rubbish bin, has an airtight lid, and by adding a special powder, fermentation takes place inside, which prevents the rubbish from reeking and decaying. It's the perfect place to put the leftovers of last night’s party! They will sit there and wait to be taken out later.
CLEAN THE TUBES AND TAKE CARE OF THE ENVIRONMENT
When filling the handy household composter, you will drain the fermentation liquid through the tap. The organic environmentally-friendly liquid is extremely nutritious and can be used as an excellent plant fertilizer when diluted. Because of the effective microorganisms from the powder, you may even pour the undiluted liquid into the drain and clean it of potential fat residues that may have accumulated during that party of yours. When the composter is full in around 14 days, you will dispose of the fermented waste mixture, significantly reduced in volume, into the brown composter. The biological waste from your apartment will not harm the environment, but will instead more easily become part of a new cycle of creating good organic substances.

Convenience and time saved are your reward, while the semi-processed waste belongs to the community and the environment. Everyone benefits!
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