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(Core 77)   Someone designed an electronic trash can that freezes your trash to prevent odors. Or you can just take the trash out you disgusting slob   (core77.com) divider line
    More: Stupid, Recycling, Waste container, food scraps, frozen objects, first issue, second issue, efficient energy star, dirty diapers  
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2020-09-23 8:33:55 PM  
Does it use carbonite or some other method?
 
2020-09-23 9:44:24 PM  
If you take the time to rinse containers, put organic waste down the disposer, and put a couple drops of bleach in those meat Kotex pads under chicken and hamburger, and soak them in hot water before tossing them into the trash, you won't have stinky trash for a week or so.
 
2020-09-23 10:40:22 PM  
Perfect for a lazy bastard like me.
 
2020-09-23 11:56:18 PM  
It would be great if it was your outside bin for those times that you miss getting the garbage out in the middle of summer. OTOH, if I forget in the middle of winter, it freezes anyway, so it's all good...
 
2020-09-24 1:08:30 AM  

markie_farkie: If you take the time to rinse containers, put organic waste down the disposer, and put a couple drops of bleach in those meat Kotex pads under chicken and hamburger, and soak them in hot water before tossing them into the trash, you won't have stinky trash for a week or so.


And don't forget to staple the bag shut.

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2020-09-24 1:26:23 AM  
If you have a baby or eat a lot of fish or love shrimp paste and durian (nothing wrong with that) I can totally see that this would be on the shopping list.
 
2020-09-24 1:50:47 AM  
The bottom compartment of my refrigerator already does that.
 
2020-09-24 2:04:58 AM  
Do they have a cat litter version?
 
2020-09-24 2:09:17 AM  
You ever get a batch of ice that just tastes... Off?
 
2020-09-24 2:11:01 AM  

nigeman: If you have a baby or eat a lot of fish or love shrimp paste and durian (nothing wrong with that) I can totally see that this would be on the shopping list.


You've offended me from here.
 
2020-09-24 2:27:02 AM  
In the summer we'll keep certain scrap, like chicken, in the fridge until trash night. That goes nasty so fast.
 
2020-09-24 3:33:56 AM  
Petal easily transitions you to saving food scraps by eliminating the nuisances of fruit flies, rodents, pet-tampering, 'garbage juice', and foul-odors.

Excuse me, but how is this a point in favor of this monstrosity? Times are tough and I'm trying to save money. It's free, it's natural, it's refreshing. What else am I supposed to drink on lazy summer afternoons?

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2020-09-24 4:49:01 AM  
or just buy a bottle of cinnamon oil thats used in scent diffusers and put a few drops in the bag


But that wouldnt support the wallet of someone who wasted a ton of time and money making an idiotic device
 
2020-09-24 4:58:08 AM  
Trash Day (Parody of "Hot In Herre" by Nelly)
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2020-09-24 7:17:55 AM  
Brings to mind John Bickerson complaining to Blanche about the lunch bag she leaves him on the counter every morning and she tells him it's the garbage.
 
2020-09-24 9:28:05 AM  

Tom Marvolo Bombadil: The bottom compartment of my refrigerator already does that.


Combine that with composting to take care of all of the organic matter and you have a winner.

Even with 2 adults and 2 kids I've been able to cut my garbage output to a single kitchen sized bag for the house every week that I pool into a single black trash bag at the curb every 2 weeks.

/It really helps to buy things in bulk packs vs single serve to save packaging waste, for example yogurt
 
2020-09-24 11:48:23 AM  

markie_farkie: If you take the time to rinse containers, put organic waste down the disposer, and put a couple drops of bleach in those meat Kotex pads under chicken and hamburger, and soak them in hot water before tossing them into the trash, you won't have stinky trash for a week or so.


I already gotta wash my dishes before I put them in the dishwasher. Now I gotta wash my garbage before I put it in the trash can?
 
2020-09-24 12:28:17 PM  

RogermcAllen: Tom Marvolo Bombadil: The bottom compartment of my refrigerator already does that.

Combine that with composting to take care of all of the organic matter and you have a winner.

Even with 2 adults and 2 kids I've been able to cut my garbage output to a single kitchen sized bag for the house every week that I pool into a single black trash bag at the curb every 2 weeks.

/It really helps to buy things in bulk packs vs single serve to save packaging waste, for example yogurt


Composting and recycling everything I can means damned near no trash to put in a bag.  Other than used cat litter.

/So what if I recycle my paper and cardboard into fire
 
2020-09-24 12:31:33 PM  
How to know we are fooking dumb as dirt.

All the techno junk does not prove we are intelligent.
We make stupid, useless , resource and space waste garbage of all that all tech all the time, proving how really fooking stupid we ultimately are.

The level of tech we achieve is not the measure of our intelligence, it is what we do with it that shows us if we are stupid or smart.
And the answer is really really fooking stupid, even the fiction of idiocracy is just us fantasizing about being better than we really are.
 
2020-09-24 5:03:12 PM  

SuperChuck: Now I gotta wash my garbage before I put it in the trash can?


You don't have to at all.  Feel free to scrape raw chicken drippings, shrimp shells, leftover eggs, and anything else that could easily be digested by a sink disposer into your kitchen trash, and let it marinate for a week before taking it out to the bin.
 
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