Fully-Automated Cavdle WasteCycler Recycles Kitchen Waste up to 90 Percent

Cavdle WasteCycler Recycles Kitchen Waste

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Do you know that food waste is one of the leading causes of greenhouse gas emissions? The annual value of a total of 1.3 billion tonnes of food wasted worldwide is $1 trillion. If you are an eco-conscious consumer and want to lessen your carbon emissions, you need to have a look at the Cavdle WasteCycler. It is a compact kitchen device and the world’s first visual kitchen waste composting and disposing system.

It’s a fully automated and eco-friendly device that reduces kitchen waste by up to 90 percent. Hence, there will be a significant reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from your kitchen. The device comes with a triple-powerful filter system – Diatomite/Carbon/Biological cotton – which prevents odor, bacterial growth, and sewer clogging.

The kitchen waste composter is also quieter compared to other common household appliances, as it runs at only 35 decibels. It is also integrated with the powerful 120° steam sterilization technology. So, it can easily remove the hidden germs that may cause some serious diseases. It has a Quick Mode that can conveniently cut down the waste volume by 90 percent in 2 hours, hence reducing the disposal fee up to 60-70 percent.

Cavdle WasteCycler Recycles Kitchen Waste to Help the Environment

Image: Cavdle Life

With the Standard Mode, the WasteCycler can also solve the issues of the disposal of degradable plastics. Hence, it can protect marine and terrestrial environments with ease. That’s how this compact kitchen unit is enough to make a difference in terms of food waste treatment and reducing pollution.

The product is available via a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter. To support the campaign and get this device, the backers have to make an early bird pledge for roughly $239. If the funding is successful, the backers may expect the shipping in September 2022.

For learning more about the working of the Cavdle WasteCycler kitchen waste recycler, check out the video below.

Via: Kickstarter

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