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Findlay Market has expanded its composting program to allow for community members to participate. Residents and market shoppers are able to rent a bucket from Findlay Market and drop off their food waste as part of the market’s Greening the Market Sustainability Program.
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Back2TheDirt aims to reduce food waste that ends up in the landfill and create high quality worm castings that benefit plant and soil health.
Learn more at their website: https://www.back2thedirt.com/compost.html.
Our processing partners help us close the loop by turning your food scraps into nutrient rich compost. Visit their website at https://www.compostnow.org/services/for-your-home.
GoZERO places food waste containers with you and makes sure the compostables you place in them are composted. Visit their website at https://gozero.org/stations.
Cincinnati’s food waste is a shared problem that calls for a shared solution. Queen City Commons provides food scrap collection service to businesses and residents, and partners with local farms and gardens to turn that food scrap into compost. Visit their website at https://www.queencitycommons.com/compost-service/compost-drop-off/.