The Food Cycler Converts Leftovers into Healthy Soil Fertilizer

 - Mar 6, 2014
References: nofoodwaste & fastcoexist
Some cities have green bins that help the government better dispose of such specific waste, but those organic scraps can easily benefit the home, especially if the Food Cycler is on hand. The Food Cycler is a chic countertop composter that turns such leftovers into healthy soil fertilizer, which is what households with gardens can use, at least throughout the spring and summer months.

Designed by Food Cycle Science, a company based in Cornwall, Ontario, Canada, the Food Cycler essentially addresses green bin programs. Brad Crepeau states, "The challenge with greenbin programs is that they are often costly, and it is sometimes difficult to achieve quotas and sustain widespread buy-in, often because of the odor and unattractiveness of the greenbin and everything that lives in it."