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The 'Compottery' Turns Food Scraps into Food for Plants

 - Mar 15, 2019
References: kickstarter & geeky-gadgets
The 'Compottery' is a stylish solution for the modern urban home that will allow inhabitants to keep their own greenery on hand, while also working to make the most of their food scraps and waste.

The unit works by being filled with soil and using worms to create vermicompost that is dense in nutrients to help the food growing process along. The stackable design of the pots allow users to make their unit as tall or short as they desire without taking up too much space in the living area, while also maintaining a chic aesthetic.

The 'Compottery' system is the design work of Jessica Panicola and is the perfect solution for consumers seeking a new way to make the most of their living space and the food scraps they create each day.