The Daily Mail recently composed a feature on the ground-breaking potential of the HERU. The article states, "A father has invented a waste incinerator which allows his family to recycle their rubbish at home. Nik Spencer, 48, says the device, which is about the size of a washing machine, can generate enough energy to heat a house. Prototypes are being tested and he hopes that one day the incinerator will become commonplace, fitting under work surfaces alongside dishwashers."
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A British inventor has created a machine that recycles waste
Nik Spencer from Evesham in Worcestershire has created a small machine, called the Heru, which can create hot water out of waste found in a kitchen.