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Seattle's New Composting Law is Big Business for Cedar Grove

Seattle's New Composting Law is Big Business for Cedar Grove

Seattle's new composting requirements have driven a 30 percent increase in new customers for the local company in charge of dealing with all those food scraps.

But the company says some of that new business – it flat-out stinks.

Cedar Grove has been processing the vast majority of Seattle's compost from those who signed up on voluntary basis since 1988. 

Continue reading at the Puget Sound Business Journal

TAGS: Food Waste
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