InteriorHolic » Other » Going Green » Recycling At Home: Compost Your Food Scraps In Bono Composter

Recycling At Home: Compost Your Food Scraps In Bono Composter

Share |

Recycling is good for the soul environment, but it’s not always possible or rather impossible to have, say, a composting pile outside your apartment. Designer Ala Sieradzka decided to solve the problem with a portable composter called Bono.

Recycle Your Food Scraps With Bono Composter

Ala Sieradzka composter

Bono is an aluminum pot equipped with a tray and a draw-out collector made of expanded cork for fluids from the composter, which also features ventilation holes. Lined with an old newspaper or paper towel and filled with eisenia fetida or earthworms and food scraps Bono composter will produce a nutrient-rich compost, which you can use to plant home herbs, plants, and veggies while the fluids could be used for watering.

If you’ve always dreamt of growing your own little garden or a veggie patch you can now do it organically even if you live in an apartment.

Ala Sieradzka composting

Ala Sieradzka composter food scraps

Ala Sieradzka composting

Ala Sieradzka composter fluids

Ala Sieradzka Bono compost

Ala Sieradzka composter pot

Ala Sieradzka composter tray

composter design


How to Go Green in Your Home
Go Green: Creating Eco-Friendly Interior Design
Natural: Tree Branch as Part of Home Decor
Repurposing: Old Shoe Planters
Awesome Double Decker Convertible Home
Going Green With Bamboo
How To Build Eco-Friendly House
World's TOP 20 Aquatic Plants Layout Designs
Luxury Armchair by Zac Glamour Design
Cosmetics Home Lab
Economy Class Cottage of Sea Containers
Recycling Made Easy With Stacked Bin System
The following two tabs change content below.

Mona Liz

I am an interior design and fashion enthusiast with a passion for writing, gathering up interesting/alternative home design ideas. I love lofts, canopy beds, fluffy throws and rugs, but also cats, food, and video games.

Leave a Reply

Special Today
Fashionista Interiors