Composting Food and Yard Waste: A Guide for Individuals, Non-Profits, and the City of Buffalo
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In 2010, the United States added 68 million tons of food and yard waste to landfills, accounting for roughly 34% of all municipal solid waste. Lowering the amount of this waste in a city’s garbage saves the taxpayers money and protects the environment. Composting is an easy and inexpensive solution. Instead of throwing out food and yard waste, homeowners, not-for-profits, businesses and local government can reuse it to create compost, a useful product that can be incorporated back into the soil.
Buffalo; Environment; Recycling and Waste; Fact Sheet; Other; Housing/Neighborhoods