Instead of just dumping out your food waste which will only go to the landfills and emit harmful gases when they decompose, you can always just compost them. And if you want an easier way to compost, check out NatureMill.
Deposit food waste items at any time, on any day. Add up to 120 lbs (55kg) per month. For best results, cut items into small pieces. Items remain in the upper chamber, with “hot composting” conditions: mixing, air flow, heat, and moisture. The energy released destroys odors, pathogens, and seed germination. The compost is later transferred through a trap door to the lower cure tray chamber, where it continues to compost while you add fresh waste items to the upper chamber.
The mills cost from $300 to $500, a bit steep, but anything that allows people to reduce their household waste sounds like a deal to me, plus there’s also a pet-friendly mill available. At the very least, it’s a much better way to use your money instead of spending it on a new digital camera or a mobile phone.