Anybody have a trash compactor in their kitchen?

I was worried about that too, any product I can鈥檛 find a price list for is probably鈥ell, you know what they say about if you have to ask.

Still, I expect you can probably find some on auction sites and such indeed.

Thanks for the update, little obsessive problem I have. Loose ends nag at me. :slight_smile:

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On Thursday, May 14, 2015 at 3:51:43 PM UTC+2, Alex Hillman wrote:

The best option I found was a company that leases commercial trash compactors like the ones you see in malls & airports. The really nice ones are quite nice - they even have sensors to adjust their compacting schedules based on usage and to alert via SMS or email that they need to be emptied soon!

But鈥hey鈥檙e pretty pricey, at a couple hundred bucks per month just to lease, which adds up fast over time. I鈥檝e got a few alerts on eBay and such set up for similar models to see if we can get one for a reasonable amount of cash upfront.

At least that鈥檚 the plan for now :slight_smile:

-Alex

On Thursday, May 14, 2015, Jeannine [email protected] wrote:

Dying of curiosity how this came out. :slight_smile: Updates?

On Monday, February 23, 2015 at 8:52:22 PM UTC+1, Alex Hillman wrote:

We鈥檝e been looking for ways to improve the trash situation that鈥檚 generated at Indy Hall - general waste is exacerbated by an active kitchen and lots of food events. Great for the community, but the new challenge is getting rid of the trash :slight_smile:

Does anybody have a trash compactor in their kitchen/space? Pros/cons? Make/model that works well for you?

Recommendations welcome :slight_smile:

-Alex


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