-Blue Earth Compost will pick up your food scraps and compost them for a fee. They can also help you plan and throw a zero waste party!
-Peels & Wheels: Offers weekly food scrap pickup - they'll collect compost on bikes, and the compost is used in local urban farms.
-Garbage to Garden: Weekly curbside composting service; they'll also give you back soil, if you'd like.
-We Compost It!: Offers weekly curbside compost pickup, and they'll even give you back 5 gallons of composted soil per week for use in your garden.
-We Compost It!: Offers food scrap pickup at your home or business. They'll even provide you with composted soil to use in your garden!
-Garbage to Garden: Can set you up with weekly curbside composting - and they can even give you back composted soil, if you're interested! They also service nearby Brunswick, Yarmouth, Falmouth, Westbrook, South Portland, Cape Elizabeth and Cumberland.
-We Compost It!: Also offers curbside compost pickup in the area.
-We Compost It!: They feature weekly curbside food scrap pickup, and they'll even give you back composted soil to use in your garden!
-Bootstrap Compost: Will pick up your food scraps to be composted on local farms. It's affordable and convenient, and you'll be a do-gooder in the best way.
-Cambridge: The city offers curbside food scrap collection beginning in April 2018.
-Project Oscar: A free community compost pilot program that gives communities a place to drop-off residential food scraps. As of April 2017, there are bins in six locations: East Boston, North End, Brighton, Dorchester, Jamaica Plain, and City Hall Plaza.
-Pedal People: These folks offer bike-powered curbside compost pick-up.
-Black Earth Compost: Collects food waste from residents and businesses to divert away from the landfill into compost - sign up here, if you'd like! It's a great service to use if you aren't able to compost in your backyard.
-Mr. Fox Composting: Offers a residential pickup service for food scraps for Dover and the surrounding towns - and, you can choose how often they'll come! They also work to help small businesses reduce their waste through recycling and composting.
-Bootstrap Compost: Will pick up your food scraps to be composted on local farms. They're based in Boston, but in late 2017 they opened up pick-ups in Providence, as well.
-Compost Plant: If you're looking to compost for a commercial venture such as a restaurant, consider partnering with this commercial collection service.
-EcoRI home composting pilot program: For a small fee, they'll collect buckets of your food scraps and deliver them to nearby urban farms.
-Alternatively, if you make few food scraps or are just visiting the area, you can bring your fruit and vegetable scraps one of several local farmers' markets, which will accept them to compost.
-Barrington Farmers' Market: Collects fruit and vegetable matter for compost, so you can bring food scraps on your weekly market trip.
-Earthgirl Composting: Provides you with a bucket to fill with food scraps, and they then collect it weekly, biweekly, or monthly for a small fee. They also will help you set up composting at a party or event - perfect for staying zero waste!
-Earthgirl Composting: They'll give you a container for food scraps, which they'll collect weekly, biweekly, or monthly for a small fee.