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Join Me in Requesting 'Garbage to Garden' in Your City

Shauna Nep

Garbage to Garden makes composting in the home easy by offering a curbside pickup program that collects your compost weekly. Let's help expand this service nationwide by requesting curbside composting in your city. With a weekly pickup in your neighborhood, there's really no excuse not to put those melon rinds and coffee grounds to good use!

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      • Casey Caplowe

        Don't we kind of have this? What's the difference between our green bins and compost?

        • Shauna Nep

          Our green bins are for green waste, like leaves/tree trimmings... but in a compost bin you can include food waste (including meat/dairy). You aren't supposed to put food waste in the green bin -- the real reason being that the city doesn't trust people not to put in meat products, which will compost, but they don't take them because they can attract rodents. Theoretically you could really add vegetable/fruit scraps to the green bin even though they say not to.