A new way to deal with food waste in Durango

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A new way to deal with food waste in Durango

David Golden of Table to Farm Compost dumps food waste into a composting area at Sunnyside Farms south of Durango. Golden and Emily Bowie collect food scraps from city residents, compost them at Sunnyside and return the nutrient-rich material to customers to use in their gardens.
After collecting food waste from customers, David Golden of Table to Farm Compost begins the composting process, which takes a few weeks.
Table to Farm Compost currently serves customers within the city of Durango only. Customers collect food waste in 5 gallon buckets and have them picked up weekly or biweekly.
Table to Farm Compost will accept vegetable and fruit scraps, eggshells, coffee grounds, tea bags, wood ash and sawdust. Waste to avoid includes dairy products, animal fat or grease, large chunks of meat or bones, plastic and rubber.
After collecting food waste from customers, David Golden of Table to Farm Compost begins the composting process, which takes a few weeks.

A new way to deal with food waste in Durango

David Golden of Table to Farm Compost dumps food waste into a composting area at Sunnyside Farms south of Durango. Golden and Emily Bowie collect food scraps from city residents, compost them at Sunnyside and return the nutrient-rich material to customers to use in their gardens.
After collecting food waste from customers, David Golden of Table to Farm Compost begins the composting process, which takes a few weeks.
Table to Farm Compost currently serves customers within the city of Durango only. Customers collect food waste in 5 gallon buckets and have them picked up weekly or biweekly.
Table to Farm Compost will accept vegetable and fruit scraps, eggshells, coffee grounds, tea bags, wood ash and sawdust. Waste to avoid includes dairy products, animal fat or grease, large chunks of meat or bones, plastic and rubber.
After collecting food waste from customers, David Golden of Table to Farm Compost begins the composting process, which takes a few weeks.
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