Servicing areas in Utica, Clinton and New Hartford. Food scraps plus meat & dairy!

CNY Green Cycle

Organics

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What goes in this bin:

  • meat, bones, and dairy
  • oil on foods; such as salad dressing on salad
  • coffee grounds and coffee filters 
  • vegetables (cooked or not) 
  • fruit (with pits and cooked or not) 
  • bread, grains, beans, legumes, and nuts
  • egg shells
  • tea bags
  • table top flowers 
  • drier lint
  • scraps of newspaper
  • household dust 
  • napkins or paper towels
  • paper cups 
  • small bits of yard waste
  • small cardboard scraps 

What doesn't go in the bin:

  • trash - diapers, pet waste, styrofoam, rubber bands, or twist ties 
  • other recyclable material - plastic, glass or metal
  • When in doubt, feel free to ask
  • there will be a $5.00 fee each time these are placed in your bin 

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Residential/household

We believe in simplicity and are here to help the Earth and keep sustainable.  With these beliefs in mind we only offer one service.  There are No Contracts.  We ask that you pay once a month by the 1st of the month.  


Bi weekly service (description below)

$14.69- paid by cash or check, electronic fees higher to cover processing fees


We make going green easy! Available to household residents in Clinton, New Hartford, or Utica, NY. You fill the 5 gallon bucket with your food scraps, including meat, dairy and oil in your food which you can't normally compost, then just put it at your curb. We take your food scraps, spray and wipe your container. Then put a new compostable bag in in your bucket. We pick up every other week at your curbside. If the container is too big, sponsor one in your foyer for an apartment building or talk to neighbors and friends about sharing or if it's too small add a second container.


One time start up fee for 100% recycled 5 green gallon bucket  (description below)

$21.75 - paid by cash or check, electronic fees higher to cover processing fees


A tight sealed lid and labels that tell what to put in the bucket and what not to put into the bucket. Your first compostable bag is included, so start taking a bite out of the landfill right away!


On our next pick up we should be bringing your food scraps to to OHSWA and they will turn them into energy. 


DIY composting:

http://www.ohswa.org/compost/how-to-compost/


 

Join our project today

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