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Food Scrap Program

Food Scrap Program

Food Scrap Cart Subscription Program

65 Gallon Container
95 Gallon Container (see Fee Schedule)
From March 15 - December 15 of each year, residents may participate in food waste composting by subscribing to the 95 or 65 gallon Landscape Waste/Food Scrap Cart Subscription Program. Any bag or bundle placed outside of the cart will require a prepaid sticker to be affixed to each item. Food scraps can only be placed in the Groot provided container.

  • Acceptable food scraps for composting include: fruits, vegetables, bread, grains, pasta, cereal, non-liquid dairy, eggshells, coffee grounds (no coffee filters) and tea leaves (no teabags)
  • Unacceptable food scraps includes: teabags and coffee filters, meat, poultry or seafood (no shells or bones), paper products (paper towels, plates, napkins, egg cartons, and pizza boxes), glass, plastics, Styrofoam, diapers, pet litter and waste, liquids, grease and oil.

Food Scrap Only Year-round Subscription Program
5 Gallon Bucket
32 Gallon Neighbor Totes

Year-around, residents and businesses may participate in food waste composting by subscribing with Collective Resource Compost for 5 gallon bucket or a 32 gallon Neighbor Totes Subscription Program. Visit CRC's website for more information. To sign up for service or contact CRC with questions, please use this form.

  • Acceptable items: Anything that was once alive can be composted including meat, dairy, food soiled paper, and certified compostable items. Link to full list
  • Unacceptable items: More than a cup of milk, oil, or other liquids.
  • Weekly or biweekly (every other week) programs are available.

Winter Gap Food Scrap Only Subscription Program
5 Gallon Bucket
32 Gallon Neighbor Totes

December 16 - March 14 residents may participate in food waste composting by subscribing with Collective Resource Compost for 5 gallon bucket or a 32 gallon Neighbor Totes Subscription Program. Visit CRC's website for more information. To sign up for service or contact CRC with questions, please use this form.

  • Acceptable items: Anything that was once alive can be composted including meat, dairy, food soiled paper, and certified compostable items. Link to full list.
  • Unacceptable items: More than a cup of milk, oil, or other liquids.
  • Weekly or biweekly (every other week) programs are available.
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