What if I can’t compost?

If you aren’t able to compost foodservice products or you aren’t close enough to a commercial compost facility, our recommendation is to reduce, reuse and recycle as much as possible. While we’re dedicated to delivering sustainable solutions to the industry, the most effective method to limiting waste ending up in the wrong places is not to use it in the first place.

What products can I compost?

Nowadays, all items claim compostability, but make sure that you are only composting products certified for home compost if you’re composting in your backyard. If not, items labeled industrial compost certified must be properly disposed of, ensuring that they will end up in a land-based commercial compost facility. Visit compostingcouncil.org and WhereToCompost to see if there are compost centers near you.

What is composting, and how does it work?

Composting is the natural process of recycling organic matter. Its main uses are to fertilize and enrich the soil, limiting the use of chemical fertilizers. In addition, composts help keep organic materials out of landfills, where they would only contribute to the production of greenhouse gases like methane.




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