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Garden Kitchen / Kitchen equipment

Garden Kitchen
Garden Kitchen

More than 1 liter of clean water is used on average every day in the kitchen for washing vegetables and fruits. Using such sewage for irrigating flowers and plants can not only recycle water resources, but also take advantage of function of water as a life-giver. As the ancient Chinese philosopher LaoZi said, “the greatest virtue is like water.” In his opinion, water benefits all creatures on earth but does not take the credit; water seems weak but is full of strength. Therefore, the garden kitchen design recycles kitchen sewage for irrigating flowers and plants to enrich the meaning of water and make it of greater values.

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Guangxi Normal University

Guangxi Normal University
GuiLing, China