Tuesday, May 14, 2013

The Green Cycler Giveaway

Recycling is extremely important.  I recycle at home, and my company recycles at work. It's vital to do your job to help the planet. Did you know that over 75% of waste is recyclable, but we only recycle about 30% of it? Green Cycler is here to help you get your recycle on.

Green Cycler is a new countertop food scrap shredder and recycling system.  It is designed for environmentally conscious consumers.  This appliance makes food scrap rescue easy, clean hassle-free and stylish while speeding the organics recovery cycle. This is the ideal product for those that are looking for a clean and easy way to pre-compost left over food for their garden or green bin.  This would make an ideal present for an environmentally-conscious individual or gardener.


Compost is the secret to keeping your trees and other large plants healthy.  While gardeners already think of compost as "black gold" for nourishing a yard and garden, a new organic planting method uses food scraps directly from your Green Cycler. 

Green Cycler features a harmony of design and purpose

  • Sleek profile and smart, upscale styling
  • Self-contained, stainless-steel blade cartridge system snaps in and out for quick clean-up
  • Hand-operated, dual-direction grinding action ensures optimal shredding results
  • Fully removable lid features a clear viewing window that gives you a birds-eye view of the shredding action
  • Lever-activated, industrial-strength suction cups keep Green Cycler anchored while you shred
  • Micro-vented throughout to help reduce odor-causing bacteria & promote quick decomposition
  • Designed for easy clean-up. All components dishwasher safe
  • Inner-compartment holds optional odor and pest repellent filters
  • On the counter: designed to fit neatly against your backsplash and under upper cabinets
  • Under the counter: perfectly sized to be tucked out of site under the sink or in a cabinet


If you're looking to do your part in helping the environment, or even want to become more environmentally focused, Green Cycler is a great first step. 





88 comments:

  1. What a nige gift this would make! I'd love one of these!

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  2. I recycle all that I can and buy organic whenever I can.

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  3. I am a fanatical recycler and compost kitchen waste.

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  4. we grow our own veggies, use hand me down clothing, and only ride our bicycles... unless it's raining!

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  5. Blog post - http://lisaswishingwell.blogspot.com/2013/05/win-green-cycler.html

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  6. I recycle and just generally try my best not to be wasteful.

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  7. shorter showers!
    Jan

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  8. we recycle as much as our township supports. And there are a number of other categories that we store for later transport to the county collection site.

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  9. I actually compost, but the scraps go in a old yogurt container on the counter and when its full we take it outside to the "bin".

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  10. I sip my way to saving mother earth with glass drinking straws! I recently decided to get myself on a plastic-free mission and switching to plastic-free glass drinking straws is my first step.
    ruthcox at abitosunshine dot net

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  11. we actually throw our old scrapps like veggie scraps in the garden for compost and coffe grounds we also use our own bag at the grocery store not much but a little here and there helps

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  12. I recycle everything I can, paper, plastic, glass, clothes, etc. I also use reusable shopping bags.

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  13. My family tries to reduce our travel by car and we also use reusable things over disposable.

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  14. I recycle and use long lasting light bulbs

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  15. I recycle and compost as much as possible.

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  16. #2 blog post - http://lisaswishingwell.blogspot.com/2013/05/win-green-cycler.html

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  17. I NEVER litter and always recycle what I can!

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  18. I recycle like crazy! I'm pretty obsessed with water usage and turning off the water!

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  19. I currently compost, recycle as much as I can, try to use less enegry and water at my home

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  20. We are conserving water and recycling paper and aluminum. We learned alot this earth day from the kids school.

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  21. blog post #3 http://lisaswishingwell.blogspot.com/2013/05/win-green-cycler.html

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  22. I reuse the same bottles for like a year before I recycle them.

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  23. We recycle paper and plastic, return bottles to the recycling center, and along with our neighbors have been doing some composting of yard and household waste as a way help the environment and fertilize our home garden naturally.

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  24. blog post #4 http://lisaswishingwell.blogspot.com/2013/05/win-green-cycler.html

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  25. 5/18 FB comment - https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=10151589526992357&id=307593407356

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  26. We recycle and conserve water

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  27. blog post #5 http://lisaswishingwell.blogspot.com/2013/05/win-green-cycler.html

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  28. 5/19 post on your FB page - https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=10151591093097357&id=307593407356

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  29. wrote on your FB page - https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=10151592833142357&id=307593407356

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  30. I recycle most everything

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  31. I have started growing my own garden or buy locally. I buy less plastic now. I use reusable bags.

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  32. We recycle and donate usable items that we don't need instead of throwing them out.
    kellywcu8888ATgmailDOTcom

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  33. My family shares large purchases like card tables and chimney sweeps to reduce waste (and save money)
    susan chester

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  34. 5/21 FB comment https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=10151594533732357&id=307593407356

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  35. I recycle everything I can!

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  36. 5/21 FB comment - https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=10151596119217357&id=307593407356

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  37. Use scraps in the garden. I upcycle grocery bags into Rope! Worked for my last camping trip.

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  38. my mom and i carpool to work and home to save gas. we also use our own compost and we recycle.
    susansmoaks at gmail dot com
    tony l smoaks on rafflecopter

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  39. wrote on your FB page - https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=10151597802257357&id=307593407356

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  40. I cloth diaper my baby :-)

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  41. In addition to the regular things, growing your own veggies, recycling, using reusable bags and dishware, saving energy etc. I like to make everything last longer. Most detergents and liquid soaps can be thinned with water to last longer. That last bit of body wash in the bottle can be put into the handwash soap dispenser. Old clothes can make rags or be reused by donation to goodwill etc. Cardboard boxes, before being recycled, can be reused for storage, furniture, décor.
    april dot vrugtman at gmail dot com

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  42. 5/24 wrote on your FB wall - https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=10151599609692357&id=307593407356

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  43. I recycle and/or reuse everything I possibly can. Use my own bags at the grocery store.

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  44. We try to recycle as much as possible

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  45. 5/25 wrote on your FB page - https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=10151601315522357&id=307593407356

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  46. I recycle containers and other plastics

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  47. OOO! This would be great for my garden.

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  48. I would love one! We grow our own garden and compost. I'm going to start a worm bin if I win this!

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  49. I recycle
    rah267 at yahoo dot com

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  50. We make a point to recycle everything and also will walk or bike instead of driving.

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  51. recycle and try to re-purpose as much as we can - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  52. We recycle as much as we can. We don't use paper towels or disposable diapers.

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  53. I have rain barrels that I use to water my garden and plants.

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  54. 5/26 wrote on your FB fan page - https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=10151603257602357&id=307593407356

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  55. I grow organic vegetables in my garden.

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  56. Our city has a recycling program included with our normal garbage pick up. They give us separate bags for paper, plastic, cans, and glass for recycling. We recycle everything we can.

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  57. I recycle and repurpose whenever I can

    William Krawic

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  58. We try to repurpose a lot of items. I find lots of stuff that's been thrown away that we use pretty often.
    Michelle Tucker

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  59. i recycle all i can.. i teach my kids to recycle..i use as many gree products i can find

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  60. i gave up water bottles. not much but i try.

    dani marie ferriza2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  61. wrote on your FB page - https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=10151605416072357&id=307593407356

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  62. There are many things that my family does.
    We compost, recycle, and donate everything we have before throwing away.
    We garden :)
    We make arts and crafts from recyclables.
    We walk or ride the bus.
    We reuse as much water as possible.
    Thanks for the review...neat product!
    Thank you for the opportunity!

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  63. We recycle our cans and use energy efficient light bulbs. thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  64. I recycle and when out walking, pick up trash that is laying around.

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  65. I started composting for my garden recently and this would really make it easier.

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  66. I love to garden and plant all kinds of trees and plants that attract butterflies and birds to my yard

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  67. I use cloth bags at the grocery store instead of the plastic or paper bags.

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  68. I recycle everything and try to conserve energy.

    daveshir2005@yahoo.com
    fb/ shirley greenawalt zolenski

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  69. i recycle and use a bike or walk instead of a car

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  70. We recycle cans and plastic bottles.
    Shaunda.Eppes at gmail dot com

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  71. I hang clothes on clothesline to dry, compost, grow vegetables, can and dehydrate them to eat, turn on lights and water when not in use and recycle.

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  72. I keep things clean and teach my kids to do the same.

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  73. Thanks for the giveaway…we wash dishes by hand & use the leftover grey / rinse water to water our garden.

    Rafflecopter: Bryan E.

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  74. I recycle, work out at home and avoid plastic water bottles.

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