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- Use Compost
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Our Campus Composts!
Our mission and vision at USCC includes colleges and universities as we seek to divert natural resources from needless disposal, create healthy soils and organic matter and mitigate climate change through COMPOST!
Campuses are becoming leaders when it come to institutions taking on composting because students and faculty are leading the way. If your campus is already composting, contribute and info and news to us in the form below so we can share it with the community. If you’re not yet, avail yourself of all of these resources so that your campus can divert organic resources to beneficial use in soils and compost!
Downloads and Papers
Members: Additional resources for you HERE
Campus Composting Manual
The US Composting Council and Post-Landfill Action Network are proud to announce this fall that the Campus Composting Manual has been published. Get info on everything from how to plan your programs size, how to decide what system to choose, engaging campus stakeholders and more! Preview version is available for non members below. Join USCC as a college member (see article on this page) to get the whole manual.
Colleges and universities -- join at bronze level, and receive USCC benefits
College and University Member Only Resources Click here.
2019 International Compost Awareness Week
What a great chance to highlight organics recycling -- by joining your campus with the world composting community to bring awareness to how and why you collect food scrap and organics and turn it into beneficial compost!
Here are three quick, easy ideas:
Click here for ideas, resources and other info.
Add to our Campus Resources!
Do you have a photo of a sign, activity, collection setup, your compost facility, or a resource (zero waste policy, signage best practices, SOPS etc) that would help other campuses? Fill out this form and share here!