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Potted Plant Ash Tray Tuns Cigarettes Into Fertilizer

Potted Plant Ash Tray Tuns Cigarettes Into Fertilizer
Design & Architecture

French collective Mademoiselle Jean-Claude have created 'Cindy', a planter that utilizes ash to fertilize the soil and collects the butts.

Emma Hutchings
  • 13 november 2012

Ashtrays aren’t usually the most attractive addition to any scenery but French design collective Mademoiselle Jean-Claude has created the Cindy ashtray and planter, which would be great for public places. Lost At E Minor reports that this unique and eco-friendly design features a potted plant in the bottom and an ashtray on the top.

Ash Tray Doubles As Plant Holder,Turns Ash Into Fertilizer

Cigarette ash falls through the pipe down to the plant to fertilize the soil and provide nutrients, while the cigarette butts are collected in a removable drawer and can be thrown out.

Ash Tray Doubles As Plant Holder,Turns Ash Into Fertilizer

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