This Eko Trash Can Uses the Air to Automatically Dispose of Food Waste

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With the eko trash can, you never have to touch your food waste ever again. This trash can is a more environmentally friendly alternative to traditional garbage cans in that it uses air instead of water or other liquids to dispose of food waste. I was able to get some hands on experience with this product at CES 2016 and I was very impressed with how well it worked!

The Eko Trash Can is a device that uses the air to automatically dispose of food waste. Food waste goes into the can where it gets pulverized, then mixed with water and chemicals in order to break down the matter. The end result is an odorless, liquid slurry, which makes for easy disposal. If you’re looking for more environmentally friendly ways to get rid of your trash, this might be just what you need!

When you live in an apartment that doesn’t have a kitchen, the only trash can is in your bathroom. For many people living this way, there’s no choice but to store their food waste until they’re able to take it out. That means every day or two they have to go into the bathroom and scoop up their old food scraps from the garbage can and dump them into a bag for disposal at a bin outside of their building. It’s not pleasant, but what other option do they have?

Cleaning out your own trash can isn’t difficult – it just takes time and some elbow grease – but doing so each day or two gets tedious quickly. And if you don’t clean it often enough, bad smells start to seep out of the can.

The eko trash can is a solution to this problem, and it’s not as expensive or difficult as you might think. This sleek-looking stainless steel garbage bin has an airtight lid that locks in bad smells while letting fresh air enter for continual disposal. As soon as food waste enters the container, it starts breaking down thanks to natural enzymes and bacteria – which also keeps nasty odors at bay! Â With its automatic sensors, any time someone puts something inside (even if they don’t close the lid like I often do), it will start throwing out all of those rotting scraps automatically into a bag waiting below for easy disposal outside your building when you’re ready.

It sounds too good to be true because it is! The only upkeep required for this clever little contraption is replacing the bag every time it’s full. That’s not a lot of work when you think about how much easier just getting rid of your food waste will be, and that doesn’t even include saving money on trash bags.

With its automatic sensors, any time someone puts something inside (even if they don’t close the lid like I often do), it will start throwing out all of those rotting scraps automatically into a bag waiting below for easy disposal outside your building when you’re ready.”

“With its automatic sensors, any time someone puts something inside (even if they don’t close the lid like I often do), it will start throwing out all of those rotting scraps automatically into a bag waiting below for easy disposal outside your building when you’re ready.”

– eko trash can ecause it is! The only upkeep required for this clever little contraption is replacing the bag every time it’s full. That’s not a lot of work when you think about how much easier just getting rid of your food waste will be

Another thing that the eko trash can does when you put something in there is make sure that lids are closed tightly before commencing disposal. This will prevent any smells from escaping and making the whole room smell like a dumpster.

It also has an automatic sensor which tells it every time someone puts something inside (even if they don’t close the lid like I often do), so it will start throwing out all those rotting scraps right away into one bag waiting below. The best part about this contraption? You only need to replace the bag below every few months, and the eko trash cans are made of recyclable materials.

The eko Trash Can uses the air to automatically dispose of your food waste so you’ll never have to touch it again! It’s easy to maintain and even easier for people with disabilities.

Another thing that the eko Trash can does when you put something in there is make sure that lids are closed tightly before commencing disposal. This will prevent any smells from escaping and making the whole room smell like a dumpster.

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By Linnea D

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