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Good Food
Recycle

 
Shanyanika McElroy 206-617-8265 | shanyanika.mcelroy@seattle.gov

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Providing opportunities to convert plants and food back into soil and keep soil vitamins on site

Recycle in a worm bin:  Feed your veggie scraps to the red wrigglers. Tilth Worm Composting Bin You will need adobe acrobat reader to view this document.

Recycle in a three bin composter: Handle lots of garden waste. Wood and Wire Stationary 3-bin System You will need adobe acrobat reader to view this document.

Recycle in a yard and food waste toter: Materials are picked up by Cedar Grove weekly for large scale commercial composting. View short video

Recycle in a compost bin or rain barrel: Seattle Conservation Corps, a work training program for homeless adults administered by Seattle Parks and Recreation sells low cost compost bins and rain barrels.


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Update October 1, 2014

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