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RECEIVE UP TO 40% OFF WITH A VALID BRUCE POWER EMAIL ADDRESS

Save Money, Save the Planet.

FoodCycler™ is an indoor food waste recycler that reduces food waste volume by up to 90%. 
 

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In partnership with:
 

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EXCLUSIVE
BRUCE POWER
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GET THE RIGHT UNIT FOR YOUR HOUSEHOLD

Which FoodCycler™ is Right for Me?

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FC-30​

  • 2.5L Capacity - ideal for 1-2 person household

  • 4-8 hour cycle

  • Delivery within Canada

$350.00 CAD

$499.95 CAD

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ECO 5

  • 5L Capacity - ideal for 3-5 person household

  • 6-8 hour cycle

  • Delivery within Canada

$500.00 CAD

$799.95 CAD

YOUR ASSISTANT FOR YOUR FOODCYCLER

Accessories that will make your life easier

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BUCKET for FC-30​

  • 2.5L Capacity - ideal for 1-2 person household

  • Free Shipping after 75 CAD and up

  • Delivery within Canada

$60.00 CAD

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BUCKET for ECO 5

  • 5L Capacity - ideal for 3-5 person household

  • Free shipping after 75 CAD and up

  • Delivery within Canada

$125.00 CAD

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Filters and more

  • Filters for both FC-30 and Eco 5

  • Free shipping after 75 CAD and up

  • Delivery within Canada

From $75.00 CAD

A FAN FAVORITE

5K+ Reviews

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"I’ve used this machine almost every day for 18 months. No problems, composts food I would have put in the trash and now use it in the garden. One of the few things I have bought that works as advertised!"


JASONMC67

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HOW IT WORKS

Bruce Power employees can:

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PURCHASE A FOODCYCLER™ AT EXCLUSIVE PRICING

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REDUCE ORGANIC WASTE BY 90%

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SUPPORT BRUCE POWER'S SUSTAINABILITY GOALS

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SHARE RESULTS WITH FAMILY, FRIENDS, & COLLEAGUES

Bruce Power's Commitment

Bruce Power complies with all waste regulations and requirements of the relevant Federal, Provincial, and Municipal authorities. Further, Bruce Power has taken an active role for many years to reduce all forms of waste: from an environmental and financial standpoint waste reduction is good for our company and the community in which we reside. Our philosophy employs a whole life-cycle approach in that we reduce waste at the consumer level, generate less waste at the company level, find opportunities to reuse products (on-site, off-site donations, or auction), and implement recycling programs that are available in the everchanging recycling market. Wherever its fate, each waste stream generated at Bruce Power is processed and disposed of in a safe and environmentally-responsible manner.

Keep an eye out for commercial FoodCyclers on site in Summer 2023!

HOW IT WORKS

The FoodCycler™

The FoodCycler™ uses an aerobic digestion process to break down food waste.

In three easy steps, your food waste will be transformed into a fine, odorless powder that can be stored indefinitely!

1

ADD FOOD WASTE TO BUCKET.

2

ADD BUCKET TO UNIT.

3

PRESS START!

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ENVIRONMENTAL VALUE

Bruce Power's Approach to Sustainability

Bruce Power’s approach to sustainability is integrated across the organization and has a significant positive impact on our local community and on a wider scale. We support provincial and federal carbon-reduction goals, while contributing to economic growth, innovation, and environmental protection.

 

Our Sustainability Program focuses on four key areas – Environment, People and Safety, Products and Services, and Community. We have a responsibility to both the environment and society to implement sustainable business practices and to foster a culture of equality. We recognize these practices can be achieved while ensuring the continued delivery of energy to the province at an affordable rate.

OUR AWARDS

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IN THE PRESS

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B.C. community expands home composting pilot project to divert more food waste from landfills

CBC NEWS

PEOPLE LOVE FOODCYCLER™

We've Helped 100+ Municipalities 

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