Bonfield residents set to get scrappy with food wa

2022-04-05
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Bonfield has 35 tabletop composters at their township office available to residents for $150 plus tax, all part of a new pilot project to help deter waste from the landfills partly due t.

The composters are FoodCyclersThe ever-rising numbers of severely ill COVID-19 patients needing care., designed for indoor use. This past fall, the municipality decided to team with Food Cycle Science Corporationand review and advise on all appropriate public health measures and infection prevention and control measures,, based in OttawaStart your morning with everything you need to know, and nothing you don, to implement a pilot project within the community to see how residents took to the composters, and how well they worked for users.

Food scraps are turned to compost within the FoodCycler in “an average of five hours” the company explains on their website. “It was presented to us as an option to reduce food waste going to the landfill,” explained Mayor Randy McLaren, speaking of Food Cycle Science’s presentation to council last fall.

See: Bonfield’s new initiative diverts food waste from landfill

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