No Waste Compost L3c
your affordable and local food scrap pickup service
*Price may differ based on location*
No Waste Compost started with a simple idea, nothing should ever go to waste. With this in mind, founders Jake Wollman and Cameron Scott set out to develop a system for properly disposing of waste food scraps and organic materials that would have otherwise found their way to a landfill.
By providing a free receptacle and offering an affordable and responsible means of collection and disposal, No Waste Compost fills a much needed niche in the overall cycle of food production and waste reuse. We rely on a diverse network of facilities and disposal locations to ensure that the the subsequent composted material is benefiting the wider community in as many ways as possible.
From providing fertilizer for local farms to supporting small scale compost operations, No Waste Compost stays true to the Vermont values of community, sustainability, environmental stewardship and ethical reuse. With several pickup options, flexible scheduling, and a variety of resources and information, we strive to offer the best possible customer service to our clients.
Please join us in our efforts to create a better world, a healthier environment and a more engaged and connected community.
Below are some kind words from a handful of our valued and satisifed compost clients:
"This compost pick up service is amazing! Having the bucket provided and weekly pick up for just $12 a month is such a steal and such a good cause. Having the stress of dropping compost off taking away, there's no reason to not compost."
"Like most college kids, we’re all trying to save money while being environmentally conscious! No Waste Compost made it super to accomplish my goal of composting, and I couldn't ask for a better price or nicer people."
"Easy, affordable and a weight off my mind and shoulders."
"Knowing that my food waste is benefiting the broader community instead of rotting in some landfill alone makes it worth it for me. No Waste Compost really filled a needed niche in our lives and we are so thankful."