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Curbside Composting Programs in Boulder County

Eco-CycleBoulder, CO

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This Eco-Cycle residential flyer describes how to tell if a product is compostable, and explains how BPI Certification/ #7 PLA applies to curbside composting.

About the Author
Eco-Cycle is one of the largest non-profit recyclers in the USA and has an international reputation as a pioneer and innovator in resource conservation. Created 37 years ago by everyday residents who had a passionate belief in conserving our natural resources. These Eco-Cycle volunteers brought recycling to town in 1976, making Boulder one of the first 20 communities in the U.S. to offer curbside recycling.

Categories: Education & Outreach
Format: PDF
Last Updated: 8/12/2012

This toolkit is designed to help you determine if a compostable plastics program is appropriate for your organization and to guide you in properly managing your compostable plastics.

*Resources outlined in this toolkit are examples from a variety of sources to help facilitate a better understanding of compostable products and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Compost Research and Education Foundation (CREF).

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