This sounds too good to be true: The folks over at Whirlpool's skunkworks, WLabs, have apparently developed a machine that can turn food waste into fertilizer in just 24 hours. Composting by conventional means ordinarily takes weeks or months; and Naturemill, a company that once made indoor composting machines, stopped selling their machines a couple of years ago, leaving this space wide open.
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Here's how their Zera Food Recycler works:
At $1,000 a pop the machines ain't cheap, but that hasn't stopped it from being successfully funded on IndieGogo: At press time they'd landed $335,498 on a $50,000 target. There are just ten days left to pledge, and after that you'll have to pay full retail for a Zera—$1,199.