While the entire planet is going through an economic crisis of proportions, the environment begins to show obvious wear and tear as a result of pollution and users seek solutions to both problems, Panasonic surprises with a simply perfect initiative.
Everyone at some point has wanted to dupe into environmental projects, at least in intentions that seek to better care for the environment, ecosystem or simply change the conventional way of seeing waste, fuel and in general any element that contributes to the wear and tear on the planet, which is why the new Panasonir Risaikura MS-N53 is worthy of praise , who does nothing but recycle and be the appliance that everyone should have at all costs.
The Risaikura MS-N53 weighs 1.2 kilograms and takes between three and six hours to convert organic waste into compost for plants, thus its maximum storage quantity of 2 kilograms is a whole world of possibilities, despite having a coffee-pot appearance. or electric kettle. Without a doubt, it is a recommended element for those who are lovers of plants, since they avoid having to get or buy fertilizer for them, for that reason we reiterate our congratulations to the manufacturer.
The only problem with the initiative carried out by Panasonic is that so far it will only be marketed in Japan, so we will have to wait to see what happens in a few months, when the solution finds a nest in other more diverse businesses.