Big Hanna in more than 25 countries
Q: What do the following have in common?
The Eden Project in Cornwall, UK; London’s O2 and Kew Gardens; Coca-Cola’s headquarters in Istanbul, Turkey; McGill University in Montreal, Canada; the Canadian High Commission in New Delhi, India; a tiny Italian town 80 km north of Rome, Villa San Giovanni; an Ohio State prison in the USA; a high school in Umeå, Sweden; the world’s most remote restaurant in the sub-Antarctic Kerguelen Islands; Glenmore Lodge in Scotland’s Cairngorm Mountains?
A: People and businesses passionate about caring for the environment, by recycling their food waste with Big Hanna!
The popular Eden Project gets over a million visitors every year. The food waste they create is recycled on site with Big Hanna. London’s O2 and Kew Gardens also get large numbers of visitors every year but their footprint is greatly lightened by composting their food waste using Big Hanna and returning it to their gardens as compost. Since 1991 Big Hanna has delivered global installations solution to a global problem and is now in more than 25 countries around the world.
Big Hanna is now available in Australasia and the Pacific. For more information contact us.