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Colorado aims to clean up trashy record on recycling

Composting could cut landfill waste, help state hit goals
David Golden, owner of Table to Farm Compost, collects residential food waste Tuesday in Durango. The local business picks up food scraps from about 150 residential customers and four restaurants. Keeping food waste out of landfills cuts back on methane emissions.
Table to Farm Compost collects about 400 pounds food waste a day, owner David Golden says.
David Golden, owner of Table to Farm Compost, collects residential food waste Tuesday in Durango. The local business picks up food scraps from about 150 residential customers and four restaurants.

Colorado aims to clean up trashy record on recycling

David Golden, owner of Table to Farm Compost, collects residential food waste Tuesday in Durango. The local business picks up food scraps from about 150 residential customers and four restaurants. Keeping food waste out of landfills cuts back on methane emissions.
Table to Farm Compost collects about 400 pounds food waste a day, owner David Golden says.
David Golden, owner of Table to Farm Compost, collects residential food waste Tuesday in Durango. The local business picks up food scraps from about 150 residential customers and four restaurants.
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