Stop Disposing Your Food Waste and Start Recycling






The best thing that can happen to food is that it makes it to our plates and is enjoyed.  


Avoiding throwing out food that could have been eaten will save you money and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. However, some food waste is inevitable - egg shells, banana skins and tea bags are never going to be on the menu.  


Reducing food waste is a major issue and not just about good food going to waste; wasting food costs the average family with children almost $75 a month and has serious environmental implications too. 


The amount of food we throw away is a waste of resources. Just think about all the energy, water and packaging used in food production, transportation and storage. This all goes to waste when we throw away perfectly good food. 


If you do not have space for an outdoor compost pile, you can compost materials indoors using The Ecofairy Home Composter Machine. This composter machine has a daily capacity of 11lbs, perfect for residential use and turning food waste into compost in 24 hours. This helps users divert food waste from the landfill, reduce the amount of methane gas generated from organic waste, and decrease carbon emissions and one’s carbon footprint. 


 Benefits from using The Ecofairy Home Composter: 

- Provides a nutrient-rich "super soil" to add to your garden, lawn and house plants. 
- Takes as little as 6 to 24 hours. Reduces use of artificial fertilizers and pesticides. 
- Can reduce gardening water bill by 30%. 
- Can reduce garbage by 30%. 
- Big enough for a family of eight. 
- Improves soil texture and water holding capacitywhere used as an amendment. 
- Reduces dependence on gasoline for transport to landfills. 


Home composting is a great way to stop this sort of waste ending up in landfill, and our gardens will really thank us for it. 



At the EcoFairy, our goal is to help you build a more sustainable life by offering you a line of reusable products. We offer products that last and that will help you reduce the amount of plastic you use.   


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