At the Lyndon Freighthouse and Tamarlane Farm, we compost all of our food and paper scraps. We bring our compost to OUR OWN compost site where it is turned and mixed with precision to create a beautiful, nutrient-rich matter to spread on gardens and fields. Our compost is used to grow our own certified organic vegetables. We now divert over 400 TONS of food scraps and compostables annually!
We have partnered with many local businesses to help conserve our local environment by diverting compostable materials. We now have very little “trash” that leaves our building.
Further – We use compostable containers and paper products made from recycled materials, and compostable cold cups. This further helps to decrease our waste stream. If we all take steps to help sustain our environment, imagine the difference we can make together…
By diverting food waste from landfills and into a composting program you will be:
Our compost site was featured in Biocycle Magazine!
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Highfields Center for Composting, the Northeast Kingdom Solid Waste Management District, Kingdom View Compost and Wise Worm Compost are collaborating to service food waste generators. click for full article
Northeast Kingdom Waste Management District: Click here for more about composting!
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