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KINETICOMPOST: A Wind Powered Composter
Posted By Ben Kieran On June 16, 2010 @ 6:00 pm In Environment,Green Products,Innovation,Wind Power | 2 Comments
KinetiCompost  is a wind powered rotating composter made of 100% recycled material. Designed by Ben Bangser, an industrial design and sculpture double major at Syracuse University, KinetiCompost works by using a geared down wind turbine to slowly turn the compost barrel. Just put your compostable materials in KinetiCompost’s rotomolded barrel, pop on the lid, and let mother nature do what she would normally do – only about 10X faster!
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