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Compost Back

Compost Back

Getting finished compost is easier than ever! About Compost Back At Compost Crew we are committed to promoting sustainability, making it easier for you to reduce waste and enrich local soils. For as long as we have been in business, our residential customers have had the option to receive finished compost periodically, to use in their gardens, landscaping projects or…

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My Composting Story: Ken Crerar

My Composting Story: Ken Crerar

Edited by: Sara Mack, Marketing Manager As you likely have noticed, this week we’re celebrating our 10 year anniversary! To mark this milestone, we wanted to highlight some of our most loyal subscribers who have been composting with us since 2011. If you missed our first post in this series, you can read our conversation with Wendy at this link!…

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Customer Story: Baltimore Community Fridge

Customer Story: Baltimore Community Fridge

by Sara Mack, Marketing Manager Community fridges exist in cities around the United States, but until recently Baltimore was missing its own iteration. This week I spoke with the founders of Baltimore’s first community fridge program to learn more about their work, their dedication to sustainability, and how community members can support the cause!  Community fridges are outdoor refrigerators, often…

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My composting story: Jane McKeel, Goodwin House

Jane McKeel is a resident and member of the Green Team at Goodwin House Bailey’s Crossroads (GHBC).  The Green Team helps to promote sustainable living at GHBC.  She shared her perspective with Compost Crew. How did you get involved with the Green Team at Goodwin House? Soon after moving to Goodwin House Baileys Crossroads (GHBC), I observed that in-house recycling…

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Falls Church composting program passes 650 homes

Falls Church composting program passes 650 homes

by Dan Israel, Head of Marketing The City of Falls Church has surpassed 650 homes who are participating in its residential curbside food scrap collection program.  This means more than 20% of single family homes in the City are participating.  Originally started in 2017 with roughly 300 households, the program has grown steadily to become the largest curbside collection program…

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