The Ekokook futuristic kitchen by Faltazi is a complete water and waste management system that brings an innovative shift to the storage and processing of waste and liquid in your kitchen. Through an intricate, eco-friendly system you can reduce your ecological footprint and enhance the earth’s environment. This kitchen effectively turns each waste into a new resource and each drop of water into reusable liquid. Ekokook has three micro-plant systems that help to reduce the environmental footprint: microplant 1 used for solid wastes, microplant 2 used for liquid wastes and microplant 3 used for organic wastes. The kitchen has machines that use a small steel ball to break glass for the reduction of waste, a shredder to shred paper then turn it into briquettes, and an endless screw to crush cans and water bottles. A built-in double sink with a water reservoir and two pitchers that collect kitchen water helps you to recycle clean water by using it to water your flowers and plants. A filter also comes with the kitchen, allowing you to remove unclean particles. The water device can save up to 15 litres a day. Finally, the drum-shaped earthworm composter, which is a part of microplant 3, utilizes earth worms to break down organic wastes such as left-over’s, fruit and vegetable peelings, and scrapings. The futuristic Ekokook system will truly bring a healthy and appealing change to your kitchen as well as the community and world around you. Check it out at Faltazi.
3 Feb 2010 | Kitchen Automation