Composting reduces the amount of green waste going to landfills – that’s great for everyone and means you’ll spend less money on green waste-removal services. Using compost in your garden builds healthier soil, improves water absorption and retention, and reduces the need for chemical fertilizers.
These benefits result in a longer growing season for healthier plants that are less susceptible to dehydration and disease. You’ll spend less time watering and reduce your water bill. Plus, with less dependence on chemical pesticides and fertilizers, you’ll save money and reduce chemical residues in your yard – and in our shared waterways.