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To make fertilizer with the Ecodisposer smart food waste composter, follow these steps:

  1. Collect food waste: Gather your food waste, including fruit and vegetable scraps, coffee grounds, tea leaves, eggshells, and other organic kitchen waste. Avoid adding meat, bones, oils, and large quantities of liquids.

1. Add food waste to the composter: Open the lid of the Ecodisposer and add the collected food waste. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for the recommended amount of waste to add.

3. Close and activate the composter: Securely close the lid of the Ecodisposer and activate the composting process according to the composter’s instructions. This may involve pressing a button or selecting a composting mode.

4. Monitor the composting process: Keep an eye on the composter’s progress. The Ecodisposer may have sensors or indicators to show the status of the composting cycle. Follow any notifications or prompts provided by the composter.

5. Harvest the compost: Once the composting process is complete, typically within 24 hours, the Ecodisposer will indicate that it’s ready for harvesting. Open the composter and remove the compost from the designated collection area. The Ecodisposer likely has an easily accessible compartment for compost removal.

6. Cure the compost (optional): For enhanced compost quality, consider allowing it to cure for a few weeks. Transfer the compost to a separate container or compost bin and let it sit to mature. This aids in the breakdown of remaining organic matter and the development of beneficial microorganisms.

7. Use the compost as fertilizer: The compost is now ready to be used as a natural fertilizer. Apply it to your garden beds, mix it into potting soil, or distribute it around plants to provide essential nutrients and improve soil quality.


Always refer to the specific instructions provided by the Ecodisposer manufacturer for accurate composting and fertilizer production guidelines.