Upcoming Webinar - Avoiding Contamination in Compost

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Upcoming Webinar - Avoiding Contamination in Food Waste Feedstock for Composting - June 14; 1 eastern

The usefulness and value of finished compost depends on a feedstock that is free of contaminants, such as plastic and non-degradable service ware and bags. Unfortunately, it is all too common to find these materials in food waste destined for composting. This webinar, jointly hosted by NERC and NEWMOA, will address successful educational strategies and programs to avoid these contaminants.

Presenters:

  • Erin Skelly, Environmental & Compliance Technician, Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Organics Recycling Facility, Minnesota - Strategies to Reduce Contamination at a Composting Facility
  • Kate Kurtz, Organics and Landscape Resource Conservation Program Lead, & Becca Fong, Residential Recycling and Compost Program Manager, Seattle Public Utilities - Addressing compost contamination in Seattle: a combination of policy and outreach
  • Natasha Duarte, Director, Composting Association of Vermont - Navigating compost contamination concerns in Vermont

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