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Compostable Packaging

Compostable Packaging - An Exploratory Dialogue on Fluoro-Chemical Risks Gary Robinson, Synaptic Packaging In this post we are exploring packaging components in compost and seeking to expand our understanding of the specific concerns relating to fluro-chemicals and toxicity. Packaging in compost is a very active and exciting topic.  Depending on your perspective, you might see this as an innovation opportunity,...
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Rathmann Grant Process: An Unusual Experience for USCC Runners Up!

Participants at a University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point training course. A state-of-the-art biosolids composting facility; a student-run compost operation serving a mid-size city; and a massive project using compost to grow potatoes, beans and peas in the sandy soils of the Midwest – all USCC member projects – received honorable mention in the 2017 Rathmann Challenge: Mitigating Climate Change by Expanding...
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Community Composting: A Key Ingredient to Compost Infrastructure

The USCC sat down with Michael Robinson of Rust Belt Riders in Cleveland, OH, an early leader in the community composting sector and a USCC Bronze member. We discussed the emergence of the movement and business model across the USA in the past decade. USCC: Who is Rust Belt Riders? Clip 1 USCC: What is community composting? This sector is...
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