WHERE TO COMPOST: NORTH CAROLINA.

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Asheville

-Compost Now: If you're a resident but don't have room to compost in your yard, this service will collect your food scraps in a bin that they provide.
-Greenlife: This supermarket on Merrimon has composting bins - they're great for depositing small scraps that arise during your trip, such as apple cores or carrot tops.

Triangle area

-Compost Now: If you live in the Triangle area but can't have room to compost in your yard (or don't have a yard), these folks can collect your food scraps for a small subscription fee.
-Duke University: If you're just visiting the area and have a little compost to dispose of on your trip, take advantage of the awesome composting on the campus of Duke University in Durham - it's especially prevalent in the buildings of their Nicholas School.
-Food Fwd: These folks service the food and restaurant industry, offering food scrap collection for businesses and commercial entities.
-Tilthy Rich Compost: A bicycle-powered food scrap collection service in Durham.
UNC's Campus Community Garden: You can bring food scraps for drop off at this spot in Chapel Hill.

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