Composting made convenient.


This composting garbage disposal automatically collects all solids you put down your drain in a sealed container while allowing liquids to flow through, unlocking complete peace of mind when it comes to your kitchen scraps.

Make your sink smart.

Precision separation technology captures all solids that enter your drain, from cilantro to cantaloupe, while allowing liquids to flow down the drain as normal.

These solids are seamlessly collected in a sealed, stick-free container. Innovative carbon technology blocks odors from entering your kitchen, and our patented design stops fruit flies from calling your sink home.

LED indicators will alert you when it is time to empty your bin, typically every two to four weeks. It's time to replace your garbage disposal and kick your countertop compost bin to the curb.

It's time for Sepura.

Divert 3,000+ pounds

Based on typical use, each Sepura unit will divert over 3,325 pounds of methane emissions per home. This is the equivalent of powering five entire homes for a year. Sepura makes sustainability simple.

Seamless kitchen scrap management.

Expertly designed to work with your kitchen.

Adjustable Height

With its adjustable bin height and universal sink mount, Sepura is simple to retrofit into existing kitchens.

Non-food Item Detection

Sepura can detect any large non-food items entering the drain, stopping and allowing you to safely remove the item before starting up again.

Self Cleaning

Sepura’s stick-free surfaces and patented technology provide a way to clean itself as you use it, so you don’t have to.

LED Indicators

With LED indicators displayed on the front of Sepura, you’ll be able to instantly understand what's happening in your bin, meaning you'll never have to guess when it’s time to empty your collection bin.

We also carry filters, keeping fruit flies away and your kitchen fresh.

Let us do the work.

Magic Separation.

All solids larger than 3mm are collected.

Simple Installation.

A straightforward installation process. Learn more.

Allowed Everywhere.

Permitted everywhere, even where disposals aren't.

Low Power & Water.

Sepura requires no water and very little power to operate.

Add Filters to your system

Keep your kitchen fresh. We recommend swapping your carbon filter approximately every three months, or sooner if you're putting smelly scraps down your drain frequently.

Trusted innovation

The Sepura remedies the annoyance, turning your sink’s garbage disposal into a composting system, and making the entire process mess-free.

With California implementing mandated composting, this under-sink system will be a boon for conveniently processing and storing food waste. It definitely enhances one’s sustainability at home.

Sepura effectively replaces your existing Insinkerator, both in form and in function. Sepura automatically separates solids from liquids, depositing the former in a scent-proof collection bin.

Seeing is believing

We could go on and on about the Sepura experience. But rather than taking our word for it, why not take one for a spin or visit one of our showrooms instead.

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Frequently asked questions

Sepura is straightforward to install for handy homeowners or plumbers and uses the same connections as a garbage disposal. For more information about how to install Sepura, see our installation and demos page.

Sepura's under-sink compost bin only needs to be emptied every 2-4 weeks on average. Empty the compost bin in your curbside or backyard compost.

Yes, the compost bin is designed to work with compost bags. You can also use the bin without compost bags, as the lining of the bin is stick-free.

Whenever food is added to the water stream system, as is the case with a garbage disposal, it needs to be treated. Any food that is sent down the disposal will be filtered and captured at a wastewater treatment facility. The debris captured are typically sent off to a landfill, incinerator or to an anaerobic digestion facility (for conversion into energy) if one is close by, which is rarely the case. Similarly, when food is thrown into the trash, it causes immense methane emissions once it reaches a landfill. Separating food scraps at the source and then placing those scraps into a compost pile or organics collection bin is the most eco-friendly way to manage kitchen scraps.