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VERSATILE COMPOSTER

VERSATILE COMPOSTER
Designed for simple, safe local com-posting of food and garden waste, the Big Hanna Composter is loaded at the front and compost is automatically discharged to the rear. Big Hanna is manufactured in stainless steel, and includes the option of a hopper inlet with or without a shredder.

For models T60, T75, and T120, a hopper fed inlet can sometimes facilitate the handling of food waste. Big Hanna is designed to replace garbage bins in many applications, will considerably reduce collection fees, energy consumption and GHG emissions, and is a PLC supervised process.

These composters can be fed with various left over compostable matter including: meat, fish, rice and pasta, fruit and vegetables, used coffee filters, coffee grindings, eggs, bread, dairy products, and garden refuse. Big Hanna composters can be used both indoors and outdoors, are designed to work silently, equipped with odour control features, and various model sizes are available.

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Dorval, QC
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