Where to compost throughout the United States and Canada: a state-by-state guide to staying zero waste | Litterless


-Curbside composting is offered by the city in Boulder. For more information about what you can include in your compost, the city offers more information here.
-If you're visiting this city, check out the compost bins on University of Colorado at Boulder's campus, where you can deposit small amounts of food scraps that you've generated on your trip.


-In Denver, residents in single family homes can pay to participate in the city's compost collection program.
-Scraps Mile High: This private compost collection service is bike-powered and will pick up your food scraps if you don't have access to the city's collection program. They focus on condominiums, apartment buildings, and businesses; you can find their service area listed here.


-Table to Farm Compost: A pick-up service that offers curbside composting to Durango residents.


-City collection: The city offers composting as an add-on service to trash services.

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