A collaboration with the Sun Valley Institute for Resilience (SVIR) to increase local composting efforts through education, hands-on experience, and food waste diversion using a state of the art aerobic composting machine, the Biospeed M1. Which we’ve officially named Chomp Chomp.

The composter was made possible by an anonymous donor whose heart is behind The Hunger Coalition’s efforts to support our community through education, family and healthy food.

Equipped with an automated computer system, temperature control, and two composting chambers, the Biospeed M1 (Chomp Chomp) can handle 34.3 gallons or 245 pounds of compostable food waste per day!

Questions? Call us at 208-188-0121 for more information.

….in partnership with The Hunger Coalition. We’re so grateful for this collaboration!

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