Typically, the composting process takes weeks or even months to turn microorganisms into rich fertilizer, or “black gold.” The great thing is that Zera is that it’s also hands-free.
While you typically have to mix a pile of microorganisms for decomposition regularly, Zera does this by heating up your food scraps while churning your mixture with an additive derived from coconut fibers and baking soda which speeds up this process.
Zera was invented my Whirlpool’s WLabs and launched at CES back in 2017. They eclipsed their funding goal on IndieGoGo by 827% and shipments are scheduled sometime later this year.
Zera Food Recycler
How it works
Price looks to be somewhere around $999.00, but once it’s officially rolled out pricing might change. If you can’t wait, Amazon has a lot of great options that you can purchase for your home. Be sure to give this post a thumbs up and a share with your friends on Facebook before you go.