Ethical Elements: The FoodCycler is a game changer for students being able to compost effectively. Most components of the FoodCycler are recyclable. Additionally, our switch to refillable filters is one of the many initiatives we’re working on to make our practices more sustainable. Read more about our ethical policies & practices.
The Inside Scoop: We are excited to be partnering with EcoSchools Canada on this initiative, which they piloted with schools in 2021. All proceeds go back to non-profits, but a specific amount is earmarked to go to EcoSchools.
Feedback + Testimonials
“I am so amazed at the reduction in waste and by how easy it is to use. I have been running mine every second day and transitioned seamlessly to incorporating it into my lifestyle.” – Mayor Cheryl Fort (Hornepayne, ON)
“I was actually astounded by what it could do.” – Mayor John Dooley (Nelson, BC)
“She:kon, I think this project was spectacular and was well received by our community. We are going to work diligently to keep this partnership going as we seek to address climate change in Akwesasne and divert waste. I see this as part of us fulfilling our roles and responsibilities to creation as well as future generations. Sken:nen,” – Abraham Francis, Environmental Services Manager (Mohawk Council of Akwesasne, ON/QC)
“It alleviates a lot of the concerns that people might have with backyard composting. The time commitment, the location, pests and animals and everything like that.” – Kylie Hissa, Strategic Initiatives Officer (Kenora, ON)
“As soon as anybody tries it, they’re like, ‘I want one.’” – Melissa Murray, Environmental Coordinator (Algonquin Highlands, ON)
“You know, you are always skeptical when you see a product like this, but when you see how it does reduce waste by 20:1 or more, it’s just a real wise investment for anybody.” – Perry Kelly, Manager of Public Works (Bancroft, ON)
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