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Compost with us

How it works:

Our goal was to simplify composting and make it easy for you! First, collect your compost at home in a compostable bag or pail. Bring it into the refillery the next time you shop. Each 10L bag or pail will cost $1. And we do the rest! 

What can you compost?

 Food Scraps Coffee & Tea Paper Leaves & Garden
Vegetables
Fruits
Bones
Meat, raw or cooked
Seafood shells
Fish and fish bones
Chicken and chicken bones
Fats
Eggs and eggshells
Nuts
Cheese
Leftovers
Pasta
Rice
Sauces and syrup
Expired dry goods
Expired packaged goods
Condiments
Tea bags
Coffee grounds
    Coffee grounds
    Tea bags
    Loose tea
    Take out cups (hot and cold beverages)
    Milk cartons
    Potatoware
    Bamboo ware
    Wooden chopsticks
    Paper lids
    Wax paper wrappers
    Paper wrappers
    Coffee sleeves
    Coffee cups
    Paper packets
      Paper bags
      Milk cartons
      Paper boxes
      Cereal boxes
      Paper containers
      Pizza boxes
      Food wrapping
      French fry boxes
      Egg cartons
      Drink trays
      Brown paper wrapping
      Wax paper wrap
      Potatoeware
      Paper towel and roll
      Toilet paper and roll
      Tissue box and tissue
      Dirty or clean cardboard (not tape or staples)
      Newspaper
      Flyers
      Magazines
        Leaves, garden trimmings
        Leaves
        Grass clippings
        Sticks
        Flowers
        Bulbs
        Seeds
        Weeds

           

           

          What can't be composted? 

          Metal Plastic Glass
          No metal cans of any kind
          No metal containers
          No metal lids
          No aluminum foil
          No aluminum containers
          No foil inserts

          No plastic containers
          No plastic wrap
          No plastic lids 
          No plastic cutlery
          No plastic ties
          No styrofoam

          PRO TIP: Use local plastic recycling for all your household plastics

          No glass
          No bottles
          No jars
          No pet waste

          PRO TIP: Glass can be recycled at local recycling facilities