Thank you for your interest in “Large Scale Composting: How Municipalities are Using Waste Streams in a P3 to Reduce Spending”.

Just a decade ago, most public officials and business owners thought of waste materials such as grass clippings, food scraps, and biosolids as items for disposal. But many public agencies and entrepreneurs are using this former waste stream to positively impact their operating budgets and the environment. Once they’re converted into compost, organic wastes—which are the compostable portions of the solid waste stream—can be used for landscaping, enhance crop growth, enrich topsoil, mitigate erosion and nutrient run-off, offset fertilizer purchases, and provide other benefits documented in this brief.

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