・Food garbage containing water rots easily and leads to emitting odors and attracting flies.
・Leaking from wet food garbage will soil your floors and clothing.
・Since dried garbage doesn’t rot, bad odors and flies are kept in check.
・And there is no need to worry about leakage.
・Because 80% of food garbage is water, taking out the trash involves carrying that heavy water, too.
・And since water makes food garbage rot quickly, trash must be taken out on a strict schedule.
・Drying food garbage reduces its weight by 80%, making it much easier to take it out.
・You can also store dried food garbage for longer periods of time and bring it all out at once,reducing the number of times you have to take it out.
・Dried food garbage can be made smaller by breaking it up into pieces.
・This allows it to be buried in smaller holes and helps prevent animals from digging it up.
・Food garbage dried with the food garbage dryer can be used as an organic fertilizer.
[Using Dried Food Garbage as Organic Fertilizer]
Test Material: 50 g of our company’s standard food garbage and 50 g of dried garbage
Test Material: 750 g of food garbage and 250 g of dried garbage (created by drying 750 g of food garbage)
Test Environment: Test material was left exposed to the open air.
・One paper cup is about 200 mL.
・If some dried garbage is too hard to break with your hands, cut it into smaller pieces with scissors etc. or discard it.
・Churn the soil once a week to allow air to enter it.
・Add just enough water to dampen the soil, then set it aside.(It’s best to store it for 1–4 weeks in the summer or 1–3 months in the winter.)
・Take care not to allow seedlings to directly contact the mixed soil.