Why should I compost?

Why Compost?

Over 40 percent of all food ends up in landfills where it rots amongst other waste and emits methane. Methane is a toxic greenhouse gas 27 times more powerful than carbon. Composting turns this waste into nutrient-rich soil, which in turn helps to grow more food.

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1. Why should I compost?
2. How do I access the bins?
3. Where are the bins located?
4. What should I store my food scraps in?
5. What materials are accepted?
6. What material is NOT accepted?
7. Who services the bins? What's the schedule?
8. I already use the Rust Belt Rider service. Can I switch to this program?
9. Why is this program limited to Lomond? How are Lomond's boundaries determined?