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Posted on: June 30, 2023

City & FoodCycler Partner to Provide Discounts on Electric Composters

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The City of Woodland is excited to announce a new partnership with FoodCycler that offers Woodland residents an opportunity to purchase electric composters at discounted prices. From Saturday, July 1 through September 30, residents can enjoy up to 38% savings, making sustainable living more accessible and affordable.

During this limited-time offer, Woodland residents can take advantage of the following discounted models:

    1. FC-30: A 2.5L capacity for $249 (regularly $399).
    2. ECO: A larger 5L capacity for $369 (regularly $599).

Residents can maximize their savings by applying for the City's compost rebate program, which offers an additional $200 back. Once residents receive and install their FoodCycler, they can fill out and submit their rebate form at The prices above do not include the $45 shipping fee.

FoodCycler's elimage77ectric composters provide an innovative and efficient solution for breaking down food waste. In about eight hours, these composters transform food scraps into nutrient-rich compost, which can be used to enhance soil health and support sustainable gardening practices.

To take advantage of this offer, residents can purchase their FoodCycler electric composter at For more information about this rebate program and other incentives, visit

For more sustainable tips, follow EnviroWoodland on Facebook and Instagram.

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