How to Dispose of Food Waste
In a few simple steps, the FoodCycler™ will help beautify your garden and the planet. From start to finish, the whole process takes less time than it takes to defrost a chicken.
The process takes as little as three hours and requires no water, chemicals, venting or draining. In the end, you have an organic residual that is a nutrient-rich soil amendment, scientifically proven for optimal vegetation growth. You also have the peace of mind that you’re doing something good for the world, and the people in it.
Here’s how it works:
FoodCycler™ Is Simple And Easy To Use…
Scrape food into the food bucket
Scrape leftover food - cooked and uncooked - right into the removable waste bucket. The FoodCycler will even dispose of bones, pits, shells, meat, and citrus rinds.
Run the FoodCycler™ when the bucket is full
Place the bucket inside the main unit, lock the lid, and begin processing. Agitators quietly break down the food waste into small particles while it’s heated, decomposing and sterilizing the by-product entirely. The unique carbon filter filtration system totally eliminates the odor, making it perfect for indoor use.
Enjoy fresh and natural soil amendment
Once processing is complete, the unit will automatically shut off. At this point you can empty the contents directly into your garden or spread onto your lawn.
Recylable Food Waste
FoodCycler™ can accept a large variety of foods, including...
- Beans, Seeds & Legumes
- Cereals & Grains
- Coffee Grounds, Filters & Tea Bags
- Eggs + Eggshells
- Fruit & Vegetable Scraps
- Meat, Fish, Shellfish and Poultry Scraps
- Pet Food
- Chicken & Fish Bones
The Science Behind The Magic
Push a button, and in just a few hours, your leftovers can be used for your lawn and garden. It may sound like magic, but it’s actually the result of ingenuous green-inspired science - and it’s changing the world.
A & L
We’ll make beautiful soil amendment together. From mineral composition to microbiological make up, this report has all the dirt. Here's your chance to get elbow deep in the nitty-gritty details.Read The Report
The St. Lawrence River Institute of Environmental Sciences
Want to see how the FoodCycler measures up when put to the test by environmental science experts? Then read on. This detailed report allows you to see exactly what the end product is made of.Read The Report