Category: Community Compost Drop-off Location
Moving to Conservers is currently working on cataloging comPosts sites in the area. This is a working page towards publishing a directory that lets citizens know where they can drop off their compost.
- Food scraps and other organic material turns to soil and can be used to grow food and flowers (food for pollinators).
- Organics in landfills break down anaerobically (without oxygen) to produce methane gas, a greenhouse gas 21 times more harmful than CO2.
- Keeps a valuable resource out of the landfill.
- Waste less water since compost helps with moisture retention.
- Reduce civic costs for waste collection and thereby reduce fuel use.
- Extend the life of landfills.
Why a directory of drop-off locations?
- Some of our members do not have the space or facilities to compost at home.
- Some of our members who do have the space prefer to donate their scraps to gardens and farms so that it can be used for local food production.
Looking for our Compost Drop-off Directory?
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- We are growing and we want your feedback April 20, 2018
- We are having a compost bin raising at our next gathering April 19th! April 13, 2018
- Potluck Thursday is at the Extension's Learning Lab - Rain barrel workshop this weekend too! April 3, 2018
- Our next gathering is April 5th - Just Ripe Farm was divine. April 2, 2018
- Reminder - Potluck Thursday at Just Ripe Farms March 27, 2018
- Our next gathering at Just Ripe Farms March 18, 2018
- Join us for the screening of SEED at King Street 185 March 9, 2018
- We are building a directory of comPost sites and searching for those who want to be one. March 2, 2018
- Our next gathering is Thursday at Coffee Carts in Brevard February 24, 2018
- Join us this Thursday for our curbside compost panel discussion! February 20, 2018
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