Zera App-Enabled Food Recycler Converts Food Scraps into Fertilizer within 24 Hours

Using an automatic process, Zera food recycler helps you convert today’s food scraps into homemade fertilizer within 24 hours. Need the feature to reduce food waste and grow plants in your garden? Let’s keep checking.

Zera App-Enabled Smart Food Recycler

Appearance design

The Zera is an innovative, efficient and practical smart food recycler that measures 11 x 22 x 33.75 inches and weighs 118.6 pounds. As shown in the images, the food recycler sports a simple and elegant design, and cuboid-shaped form factor with smooth edges and white exterior enables it to perfectly stand next to the countertop in your kitchen. Moreover, the gray accents complements to the minimal design.

Zera App-Enabled Smart Food Recycler

Function features

The food recycler features a suitable mixing bin that holds a week’s worth of food scraps for an average family. There is a custom mixing blade unit in the mixing bin. All you need to do is just place a Zera Additive made from coir, a plant-based resource and baking soda inside, then add daily food scraps until full.

Using the additive and mixing blade, the food recycler is able to turn the food waste into useful fertilizer that can be use to grow your plants in the garden or nourish your lawn. The entire process can be finished within 24 hours.

Furthermore, in addition to touch control panel on Zera, the food recycler can also wirelessly connect with your smartphone so you can use its custom app to remotely control your Zera. When the cycle is complete or the filter needs replacing, you will receive notifications via your phone.

Price and shipment date

The Zera has been available for preorder on Indiegogo. You can pledge $999 to preorder the app-enabled food recycler. It will be shipped in May 2017.

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