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Food composting debuts– tell us what you think

By asoglin
Friday, August 31st, 2007 at 10:04 pm in Lamorinda.

The Central Contra Costa Solid Waste Authority has launched a new food composting program here that allows you to put everything from chicken bones to old tea bags into a new kitchen container delivered to your house. You then empty the container into your green yard waste recycling cart. The stuff will get whisked away, composted and turned into soil that’s sold to nurseries and landscapers.

Tell us what you think of the new program. We’d like to hear from you. Click the comments tab with this blog entry to give your two cents.

Katherine Tam

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