FoodCycler Pilot Program

Important Update

FoodCycler Units still available for purchase!

Please note: Registration is still on-going at Town Hall, while quantities last.

Pick-Up Details:
If you have pre-registered online for a FoodCycler unit, you may arrange for pick-up and payment (cash, credit, or debit) at Town Hall (360 Dibble Street West, Prescott), between the hours of 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 

The Town of Prescott is partnering with Food Cycle Science to offer a pilot project for the in-home food waste diversion machine, known as the FoodCycler.

To further reduce the amount of organic material going into the landfill, the Town of Prescott is providing FoodCycler units at a subsidized price for residents on a first-come, first-served basis. Your advanced order and payment will reserve a unit. While quantities last. Limit of one (1) unit per household. Registration will be open to residents until May 30, and the FoodCycler units can be picked up mid-June, at a date and time to be determined.

Please note, by registering for the FoodCycler Pilot Project participants agree to track usage for 12 weeks and complete a brief exit survey regarding experience with the program.   

Food Cycle Science offers two (2) unit sizes to accommodate varying composting and household needs. More information on each unit can be found below.

The Foodcycler FC-30 is more compact. It boasts a 2.5L bucket capacity and is the perfect household helper to turn your food waste into a nutrient-rich soil amendment in just hours. This unit is available at a subsidized price of $150.00 + HST to residents of the Town of Prescott. 

The Food Cycler Maestro has a 5L bucket capacity is meant for households with lots of food scraps. Like the FC30, the Maestro fits seamlessly into your daily routine. This unit is available at a subsidized price of $300 + HST to residents of the Town of Prescott. 

Comparison between two model of Food Cycler units
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