Compost House works by delivering compost buckets to residences participating in their program. File photo
Compost House coordinator talks about recycling food waste on Spartanburg podcast
The City of Spartanburg has featured a company called Compost House on a recent podcast.
Compost House is the residential branch of Atlas Organics, a food-waste recycling company. The podcast features Leslie Rodgers, education director and Compost House coordinator with Atlas Organics, explaining why turning organic food waste into compost is a better option than throwing food scraps away to be buried in a landfill.
Compost House works by delivering compost buckets to residences participating in their program for a monthly fee. Residents, cafes and businesses participating in the program fill up the buckets with compostable food scraps. Every week, the company picks up the compost pails and every month, drops off a pail of ready-to-use compost. Various programs are available.
The podcast link is at http://www.cityofspartanburg.org/news/podcast-spartanburg-residents-taking-food-waste-out-of-the-garbage-can-with-compost-house or can be found in Google Play and iTunes.
For more information about Compost House's services, please visit its website at https://www.composthouse. com/.
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