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Biovessel Turns Your Food Waste Into Nutrients to Feed New Life

Do you know how much food we waste each day? The number is quiet astonishing, so why not take advantage of it? BioVessel is a revolutionary household device that transforms food waste from your kitchen into organic fertilizer. This concept device runs without any electricity, composting is easy and convenient for city dwellers now, they can also create a mini green ecosystem in any homes.

The modern form of BioVessel hasn’t been designed only for aesthetic appeal, it is meant to allow the waste processing can be done easier, let the nature do its work. Instead of throwing those food scraps into garbage bin, simply place them into a different disposal place. BioVessel turns that waste into nutrients to feed new life.

Designer : Bionicraft

Biovessel: An Ecosystem Powered by Food Waste by Bionicraft

Biovessel: An Ecosystem Powered by Food Waste by Bionicraft

Biovessel: An Ecosystem Powered by Food Waste by Bionicraft

Biovessel: An Ecosystem Powered by Food Waste by Bionicraft

Biovessel: An Ecosystem Powered by Food Waste by Bionicraft

Biovessel: An Ecosystem Powered by Food Waste by Bionicraft

Biovessel: An Ecosystem Powered by Food Waste by Bionicraft

Tuvie has received “Biovessel Ecosystem Powered by Food Waste” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.

Biovessel Turns Your Food Waste Into Nutrients to Feed New Life is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

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