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October 8, 2015 | News & Updates
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Reducing waste in schools
As recently reported in The New York Times, trash cans are overflowing in school cafeterias all over the country, a challenge being tackled by a growing number of Southern Maine schools.
In an effort to maximize trash reduction, Yarmouth School District joins South Portland, Scarborough, Old Orchard Beach and Falmouth School Districts, in minimizing waste by up to 90% by recycling and composting food scraps in school cafeterias with implementation and educational support from Garbage to Garden.
"When we dump food into a landfill, we're essentially throwing a trash blanket over a flatulent food man and Dutch-ovening the entire planet."
                               - John Oliver    
Greenlight Maine Semi-Finalists
Yahoo! We're semi-finalists on Maine’s very own entrepreneurial pitch show Greenlight Maine! Click here to show your love and vote for us! #GreenlightGtG
Show us your #prettyfoodscraps! @garbagetogarden

Refer a Friend
Let the circle be unbroken: Cook. Eat. Compost. Get dirt. Grow food. Repeat.
For every referral, we'd like to show you our thanks by giving you a FREE month of Garbage to Garden service. 
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Garbage to Garden Curbside Composting
57 Industrial Way, Portland, ME 04103
Phone: (207) 332-0277
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