Roughly 40% of all food bought in the United States is thrown out. That's A LOT of landfill space that can be saved, greenhouse gas that can be reduced, and usable soil amendments that can be implemented! This video explains more.
At this time, all available slots have been spoken for, and we are not accepting new participants. This pilot program concludes February 14, 2020. At that time, all buckets provided by Innovative Organics must be returned in like new condition.
Residents may explore curbside compost opportunities
Several companies offer a paid compost drop off, as well as a paid curbside pick up service to find out more please visit:
Once registered, participants will receive a fact sheet outlining what may be collected for composting. Residents may use their own 5-gallon bucket or similar container to collect their food scraps. To drop-off food scraps, participants may sign in at the Service and Engineering Building weekdays between 7:30am and 4:00pm, dump their scraps and be on their way.