About Compost

Compost is a soil-like product made from decomposed organic materials commonly referred to as ‘feedstocks.’ Compost feedstocks can include yard debris, wood materials, food scraps and food processing byproducts, manure and agricultural residues, land clearing debris, and used paper. Composting is a process of aerobic decomposition that requires the presence of oxygen, moisture, and a proper balance of nutrients to create optimum conditions for decomposer organisms to break down the raw materials.


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