Down these reports and information about composting and compost use.
This fact sheet summarizes the many physical, chemical and biological benefits that the use of compost brings.
Peruse this new collection of resources about dehydrators and biodigesters assembled by The Composting Collaborative as a result of a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency. The Composting Collaborative was founded by USCC, BioCycle Magazine and GreenBlue, a nonprofit organization.
2018 Top Issues in Composting
Check in with your colleagues from other universities who attended the USCC session at AASHE in October 2018.
Are you experiencing the same issues? USCC is using this data to design education and training!
*Events and Venues Composting …click here.
This guide, co-sponsored by the US Composting Council, was compiled by the Natural Resources Defense Council and is all about the economic and ecological reasons and best practices for composting at sports and entertainment venues.
*Workplace Composting (free)…..click here.
Kimberly-Clark Professional, the US Composting Council (USCC) and Keep America Beautiful have introduced a free Guide to Workplace Composting to help organizations develop workplace composting programs that support sustainability, waste reduction and zero waste initiatives.
The guide provides step-by-step instructions and resources to help office buildings, manufacturing facilities, hotels, hospitals, universities and other workplaces divert organic matter – such as food scraps, used paper towels, coffee grounds and coffee filters – from landfills through composting. Composting is a landfill-free way of using decomposed organic materials to fertilize and condition soil. Compost also can reduce erosion, improve drought tolerance and help reduce the generation of greenhouse gases.
Compost and Climate Change: Learn more about how the use of compost can have an impact on carbon sequestration and help mitigate the warming of our planet! Click here for resources!