Community Composting Pilot Program Better Than Ever for Round 3!

Posted by on Apr 23, 2019 in BLOG, Programs | No Comments

We are currently accepting participants for Round 3 of our Community Composting Pilot Program in collaboration with EDS Waste Solutions, slated to run from May 1-August 31, 2019. You talked! We listened. Here are the details:

  • For Round 3, participants will pay $12/month (down from $19) to compost up to 5 gallons of compost/week (down from 10 gallons/week).
  • Participants are able to drop off ALL kitchen scraps, including meat, bones, cheese, avocado pits, onions, citrus peels, and other items not typically compostable in a backyard composter or pile (No paper, compostable plastics, or yard scraps).
  • Participants can access the bin AT ANY TIME and are not limited by EDS drop-off hours.
  • Located behind King Soopers in Evergreen, the drop-off location is convenient and easy to use.
  • Participants from past Rounds and signed up for Round 3 by May 1st will receive FREE COMPOST in mid-May (details forthcoming to paid participants).

Click here to access the participant agreement with all of the details and how to enroll. Email us if you have any questions.

Why compost? Composting keeps organic waste out of landfills where it decomposes and contributes to methane levels in the atmosphere, a potent greenhouse gas and major contributor to climate change. Composting also helps make fertile, nutrient-rich soil, incredibly important for growing nutritious food.

Thank you to all of our participants who desire to bring this sustainable and important practice to the mountains! A special shout out goes to Chris Pfaff, EAS+Y Volunteer and Zero Waste Committee Member, who planted the seed of the idea with a simple conversation, proving that is really takes all of YOU to make our community sustainable. Thanks Chris!


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