EKOKOOK: the zero waste kitchen island

February 10, 2010 § Leave a comment

Faltazi's concept: EKOKOOK zero waste kitchen island

Faltazi's concept kitchen

I am glad there are so many green thinkers out there trying to make a better world. I like this kitchen island concept that promises to be zero-waste while making good use out of some of it, like grey water for plants watering and compost soil for new planters or filling up the ones you already have.

Waste is an important pollution factor and kitchens are to blame for over 90% of the household’s trash. This particular concept recycles glass, plastic, tin and paper preparing it through manual mechanic action for better storage: glass is broken to pieces, plastic and tin cans are compacted and paper is shredded and compacted to bricks.

Better than all my explanations is the video, uploaded by FALTAZI on Dailymotion, so please if you are interested take a look and share your opinion in the comments section.

What you still have to remmember is that zero-waste and 100% recycling doesn’t compensate for over-consumerism.

EKOKOOK, the zero-waste kitchen island

EKOKOOK recycling (left) and compost (right) units

EKOKOOK: the zero-waste kitchen island

EKOKOOK: general view

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