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The problem of what gets thrown away and how has changed a lot over the last decade. Recycling is on its way to becoming a regular part of life. Also, many urban, as well as rural, consumers have gotten in the habit of composting organic waste to lower the volume of disposed trash, and to feed flower beds and vegetable gardens. But few kitchens are set up to handle several categories of waste products. Older kitchens often had floor space available for a trash can. But modern kitchens are usually filled with cabinets, making floor space hard to come by and pushing trash containers into the cabinets. And now with the need for several containers, the situation is