A great way to get our compost name out there is by giving back to our community. In August 2012 we donated compost to the Mary K. Goode Elementary Schools outdoor garden program. In April 2013 we made a donation to the Medway Community Farm which supports local schools, camps & internship programs, donates to local food pantrys and much more... check out there website medwaycommunityfarm.org. for more information.
A Plus Garden
We started our own garden so we could see just how well or compost works before we sold it for others to try. Our garden is %100 compost and seeds. We planted corn, squash, zucchini, tomatos, cucumbers, watermelon, green beans, sweet peas, cantaloupe, pumpkins, lettuce, peppers, onions and carrots. We are very proud! Look for pictures on our site.
Single-Stream Recycling is a system in which all recyclable materials (cardboard, mixed paper, plastics) are placed, unsorted, in one recycling bin and sorted by a state-of the art processing equipment. It will allow for less trash in our landfills and helps conserve valuable natural resources.
Single Stream Recycling
America Recycles Day is November 15, 2013.
As of January 2012 Americas National recycle rate is only 34%
National Compost Day is March 26, 2013.
Compost enriched soil can significantly improve your health. This miracle substance contains microbes, organic matter and nutrients. Provide any PLANT with these ingredients (along with sunlight and water) and you can sit back and let mother nature work her magic and feel good about it.