Curbside Composting

We toss more than 40 million pounds of food into local landfills each year and half of this waste comes from homes. Composting waste allows us to use this material for something useful while also reducing harmful greenhouse emissions.

Curbside Composting with Sanipac

Request Curbside Composting

Start service

Contact us to begin your yard and food waste pickup service.

Collect your waste

Food waste is collected in your 95 gallon yard debris cart to be picked up on your designated service day.

Curbside pickup

This mixed food waste and yard debris pickup will be turned into nutrient-rich compost by local processors.

Curbside Composting

How to Start Composting Food Waste

- Place a sealable container in a convenient location in your kitchen.

- Toss in all food scraps and plate scrapings.

- Empty your kitchen container into your yard debris bin, along with your yard debris in layers.

There will be no changes to your pickup schedule.

Kitchen Container Tips

- Empty your container into your yard debris bin frequently.
- Drain excess liquids down the sink.
- Clean your kitchen container regularly.
- Shut the lid of your container and bin when not in use.

Roll Cart Tips

- Clean your yard debris bin regularly. Do this in a gravel or grassy area, not allowing run-off or debris to enter the stormwater drain at the street.
- Sprinkle baking soda at the bottom of your yard debris cart to keep odors down.
- Maintain a good mix of yard debris and food scraps in your bin when possible.
- Store containers in a shady area.
- Even if your yard debris bin isn’t very full, be sure to bring it to the curb on every collection day.
- Freeze or refrigerate food scraps until you dump into your yard debris bin.