New Compost Definition – Results From USCC Work with AAPFCO

The American Association of Plant and Food Control Officials has approved a new definition for compost that emphasizes the pathogen-removing thermophilic process, differentiating it from many products often confused as compost. Read More

US Compost Industry 2018 Conference Signals Infrastructure Growth for Organics Collection

Compost manufacturers, organics collectors, equipment providers and others from the compost industry gathered in record numbers from 43 states and 11 countries at the US Composting Council’s 26th Annual Conference, indicating maturity in the market and a public embrace of compost production. Read More

USCC’s Certified Compost Program Expands to Mexico

After more than 17 years of testing compost quality for US compost manufacturing facilities, the USCC’s Seal of Testing Assurance program is expanding to include its first participant from Mexico. Read More

US Composting Council Seeks Compost Marketing Coordinator

The USCC is hiring a staff member to manage the Seal of Testing Assurance Program and lead the compost use market development efforts to replace our longtime manager, Al Rattie, who is retiring.

This position is ideal for someone with background in horticulture, agronomy or the life sciences, and experience in sales and marketing experience in a green industry.

Applications are being taken until December 31, 2017. See the job description here.









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