A few years ago, my hometown of Seattle started curbside collection of food scraps. A few of us loved the idea of composting food waste, but the plastic pails, countertop containers, and compostable bag liners were disgusting, wet stinky additions to our kitchens. So, we started working on ways to make collecting food scraps easier and less gross.
Meet the world's first compostable compost bin. Tucked undercounter, it's out of sight, and out of smell. Just fill and toss the whole thing into your curbside bin or backyard pile.
It's dirty work, made neat.
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