Our customers are the most important part of our business. We are thrilled to add new commercial customers to the Compost Crew family every day! Here is an overview of some:
MOM’s Organic Markets – Your homegrown organic market since 1987, focused on environmental restoration 24/7/365.
Simple, seasonal, healthy salads and grain bowls made in-house from scratch, using whole produce delivered that morning.
Chaia is an unconventional shop serving insanely delicious tacos made entirely with vegetables.
Asbury Methodist Village is among the 15-largest continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) in the country and proudly calls Montgomery County, Maryland home. As part of the not-for-profit Asbury organization, Asbury Methodist Village offers seniors a range of independent living options.
Rooted in the values of the Episcopal faith, Goodwin House is a not-for-profit organization with a mission to uplift the lives of older adults and those who care for them.
For three generations, the family-owned Tower Companies has maintained a commitment to responsible development and envisions a world where buildings inspire and enrich the lives of their occupants, and create positive social change.
Washington REIT is a value-creation focused owner and operator of high-quality office, retail and multifamily assets in the Washington Metro Area.
Kenwood House is a 70-unit building in Chevy Chase, Md. A co-op building near the Capital Crescent Trail, Kenwood House has residents who are passionate about caring for the environment.
D.C.’s only 100% locally sourcing florist. Female-owned and operated out of a small studio in the U Street Corridor, Little Acre Flowers specializes in daily deliveries of seasonal-inspired floral designs, plants, and gifts seven days a week throughout the DC Metro Area. Vist their site to learn more about their sustainable practices and commitment to local, and to get your hands on some beautiful locally grown flowers!