Green Eco Kitchen EkoKook for a Clean Environment
Kitchen - an important, significant, if not the main thinga room in any house where the whole family gathers for breakfast and dinner, intimate conversations and serious conversations are carried out, laughter of friends and girlfriends is heard. But still the main purpose of the kitchen is cooking. Unfortunately, until now the concept of the kitchen can be described as "consume, waste, pollute", which is true for all modern life. But there are designers and engineers who are not indifferent to ecology, and this eco cuisine is designed to improve the health of an individual, the microclimate of the apartment, the ecological situation of the city, the country and the whole planet. Employees of the French design studio Faltazi Labhave developed the original ecological kitchen EkoKook, where nothing is wasted, is not just thrown away and certainly does not pollute the environment. The kitchen is made in the form of an "island", that is, it is possible to approach the work surface from either side. Every inch of it is carefully thought out, soin a relatively small area, there is a lot of necessary and useful devices: a sink, hob, oven, refrigerator, dishwasher, steamer, interesting outboard storage systems, a hanging garden, where you can grow edible and ornamental plants, and also the main highlight of eco-cuisine - powerful systems for cleaning and processing water, filtering and sorting inorganic debris, as well as composting compartment for organic waste, which in any kitchen is in excess. All the details of the kitchen system are made with love andrespect for the environment from natural or recycled materials. Eco cuisine can rationally and correctly store products, provide an opportunity for their cooking with maximum preservation of useful substances, reduce the consumption of electricity and water to the minimum possible, sort and process waste. The waste recycling system is designedrational and, at the same time, unusual. Three blocks of the system are designed to work with different types of debris. The first unit collects, sorts, makes compact, for storage and subsequent disposal, solid, mainly, inorganic waste. The compartment is equipped with various clever mechanisms that flatten tin cans and plastic containers, crush broken glass, press paper waste and form them into briquettes. The second unit, built-in under the sink, is designed for filtration, purification, storage and recycling of water. Used and processed water can be reused as a "technical" for washing dishes, watering plants, as well as cooking food in a steamer. Thus, a day can save up to 15 liters of water. The third block is the most interesting! Organic waste is processed here ... live earthworms! In the compartment is a constantly rotating special drum, which helps worms to evenly process perishable garbage. The process of complete processing takes three months, after which the organics turns into fertilizers for plants, accumulating in a drawer. You can learn all the details, schemes and descriptions of EkoKook's kitchen on its official website.