It’s an age old problem. Not everything can go in the garbage disposal—if you’re lucky enough to have one—and what’s left has to be put in the trash. The longer it’s allowed to sit in the trash, the more it smells and the more likely you are to attract unwanted critters and bugs. If you’re a gardener, chances are you’ve probably ammended your soil with compost at one point or another. And you probably have been told that it’s a good thing to do with kitchen scraps, but many traditional methods attract the same kind of problems of putting your food scraps in the trash.
If you’re trying to reduce your carbon footprint and/or build the most successful garden in the neighborhood without attracting all the ants and raccoon families in a 5-mile radius, you have options. You don’t have to resort to the usual fenced in pile of rotting garbage in the far corner of your yard. You don’t have to keep a tiny bucket on your counter full of a smaller quantity of the same rotting garbage.
That’s where the Food Cycler comes in. The Food Cycler is no larger than the usual compost buckets you’re used to seeing. It fits conveninetly on counter or cabinet large enough to store a coffee maker.
All you have to do is add your food scraps to the internal bucket, and this all-in-one food composter shreds your kitchen scraps into a viable soil ammendment in less than 3 hours time—something that would take weeks or months with other methods. The product is odorless and can be added directly to your soil similar to how you’d use fertilizer.
The Food Cycler even includes dishwasher safe components and a Filter Montior System so that your unit is never left to become a breeding ground for unwanted smells and bacteria. After you fill the bucket, simply turn the unit on and it will do all the work for you. What you’ll be left with is a brown grind of scraps—up to 90% of its original volume—that requires no venting, draining or additives to work for you.
It’s 2019—and 2020 is around the corner—we’re simply throwing too much away and be can’t afford it. We’re at a tipping point and until the big corportations get on board with global warming, we’re at a crossroads. Become your own environmental activist with this super cool, space saving device. The future is here and it means you’re taking out less trash than ever—I think we can all get on board with that.