Easy home composting for
all your food and garden waste
environment sustainability in Switzerland?
Environment impact of food waste in
Switzerland equals to
half of the impact of the private cars?
Step Up the Green Revolution
from your Home
Biowaste is 30% of overall household waste incinerated in Switzerland.
Yes, 30%! A shocking statistic.
We feel that changes have to be personal and local to begin to have an impact.
But realistically they also need to be easy for people to adopt. And we believe that the HOTBIN will begin to help specifically here in Switzerland.
HOTBIN is an outstanding insulated home composter which takes all kitchen and garden biowaste, heats it up and processes it, converting it all to wonderful, rich compost in only up to 90 days.
It’s easy to use, easy to look after and has a by-product to help you continue on your journey to greenness and sustainability. You can simply use the compost to enhance or create your own garden or vegetable plot and repeat the process, time and time again.
No more plastic bags, old compost heaps, vermin, odours or weekly trips to the recycling centers. Everything is composted at home efficiently, and with little effort.
If somewhere in your head or heart you feel you should make a change then HOTBIN could be the first step.
Click here for your HOTBIN and start that journey.
Our Hotbin 100 was waiting for us upon our return from summer vacation. Since we have been composting for twenty years with two big Juwel composters that we wanted to retire, we were eager to get the new, more compact composter going.
Once the Hotbin was in working order after reaching its operating temperature, it was a pleasure to use it. We just have to keep feeding the monster. It is always hungry and has no preferences. Continue to feed it cooked or uncooked food, garden waste, add paper, wood chips, mix it all together and that's it. Since we use the Hotbin, we no longer use the green bin (that the municipality empties every Tuesday) for any of our domestic organic waste!
HOTBIN Tester, Meyrin, Geneve
27 November, 2019