Indoor Composter Connects With Plants Via ‘Umbilical Cord’

Indoor Composter Connects With Plants Via ‘Umbilical Cord’

Student Fanny Nilsson's 'Re-FEED' concept proposes a desktop device that grinds food waste into a pulp and sends the nutrients right into the roots of a plant.

Emma Hutchings
  • 26 september 2012

This concept design by product design student Fanny Nilsson from the University of the Arts in London is an indoor composter that connects directly to house plants. Inspired by lacking food waste recycling infrastructures in flats and high-rise housing in central London, the urban waste project ‘Re-FEED’ is a device that turns your organic waste into liquid fertilizer.

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