Don't Waste Your Waste
Save money and the planet.
The single largest source of waste in the U.S. is food. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reports that 94% of the food we throw away end up in landfills. In 2015 alone, that added up to 37.6 million tons of food waste. This is a problem because food (wet) waste decomposes in landfills without proper oxygen which produces methane gas and pollutes our environment (methane is over 20 times more deadly than carbon dioxide).
Despite these troubling trends, you can do something to impact change while saving yourself money in food and disposal costs.
REDUCE WASTED FOOD, DIVERT FOOD FROM LANDFILLS!
Select A Compost Program
Collect your food scraps in the compost bucket we provide and we'll pick it up once a week, on a day of your choice. You have the option to receive your fertilized soil once it's complete or you can opt to make a tax-deductible donation of your soil to a local community garden.
Collect your food scraps in the compost bucket we provide and we'll visit your home once a week, on a day of your choice to add the materials and treat your at-home compost bin. The fertilized soil your bin produces can be used for your home garden or donated to a local community garden.
Select our compost kit or use your own to begin collecting your food scraps and creating your own fertilized soil. Receive bi-weekly or monthly consultation, resources, and support for your compost project. The fertilized soil your bin produces is all yours or you can make a tax-deductible donation to a local community garden.