Compost Services

Industry-Best
Services

It's OK if
you're in a contract

Average Cost
Savings: 21%

Compost Services

Industry-Best Services

It's OK if
you're in a contract

Average Cost
Savings: 21%

How It Works

Container Options

RoadRunner makes containing your compost materials easy and agile. Your custom compost program will be built to ensure you have the right receptacles for your space and operational needs. Plus, we provide signage and training / education materials to make sure your valuable compost materials always wind up in the right place. Toss and walk – it’s as easy as that!

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On-Time Pickups

Tired of dealing with missed or late pickups? We believe the last thing you should worry about is your collection schedule. Rest easy with RoadRunner. Pickup schedules are announced in advance, but should anything change, we adjust easily to your needs, ensuring collection is always right on time.

WE ARE COMMUNITY DRIVEN

In some cases, your business may throw out a lot of food and could benefit from composting. We will work in co-existence with your current waste hauler to ensure you receive fair market pricing for all services that an outside vendor provides. The hauling portion of our service is powered by licensed fleet-based businesses who pick up materials at businesses across city blocks and transport and sell them at the nearest facility in town. It’s good for business, community, and the planet – everyone wins!

GUARANTEED SAVINGS

Working with us means guaranteed savings on your recurring costs. On average, our composting customers save 21% every month! Find out how you can help save the planet – and your business’ budget, sign up to talk to us today!

How It Works

Container Options

RoadRunner makes containing your compost materials easy and agile. Your custom compost program will be built to ensure you have the right receptacles for your space and operational needs. Plus, we provide signage and training / education materials to make sure your valuable compost materials always wind up in the right place. Toss and walk – it’s as easy as that!!

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On-Time Pickups

Tired of dealing with missed or late pickups? We believe the last thing you should worry about is your collection schedule. Rest easy with RoadRunner. Pickup schedules are announced in advance, but should anything change, we adjust easily to your needs, ensuring collection is always right on time.

We Are Community Driven

In some cases, your business may throw out a lot of food and could benefit from composting. We will work in co-existence with your current waste hauler to ensure you receive fair market pricing for all services that an outside vendor provides. The hauling portion of our service is powered by licensed fleet-based businesses who pick up materials at businesses across city blocks and transport and sell them at the nearest facility in town. It’s good for business, community, and the planet – everyone wins!

Guaranteed Savings

Working with us means guaranteed savings on your recurring costs. On average, our composting customers save 21% every month! Find out how you can help save the planet – and your business’ budget, sign up to talk to us today!

The Facts

Why businesses like yours are thrilled with our compost services

What Does Your Compost Turn Into?

Composting is the process of turning your yard and food waste into a rich, nutrient-soil. Not only does composting keep your food waste from ending up in landfill, but it is also very beneficial to the environment. Generally, the process involves grinding the waste together and then it is set under covers. The waste is left to heat for about eight weeks until a nutrient-rich soil has formed.

Eliminate Your Heavy Waste Containers

If your business throws away a lot of food, you likely have large and heavy waste containers. To eliminate these burdens, your business may want to consider composting. Composting is a great way to put your waste to better use while decreasing your business’ costs and size of containers.

Make Your Food Waste An Asset

Composted waste contributes numerous benefits to the environment. Instead of throwing away your food waste, it will be used to create a healthier soil, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, lessen the amount of waste sent to landfill as well as several other beneficial factors. Why send your food waste to landfill when it has the ability to naturally benefit our environment in so many ways? RoadRunner Recycling will set you up with the resources you need to compost your food waste today!

The Facts

Why businesses like yours are thrilled with our compost services

What Does Your Compost Turn Into?

Composting is the process of turning your yard and food waste into a rich, nutrient-soil. Not only does composting keep your food waste from ending up in landfill, but it is also very beneficial to the environment. Generally, the process involves grinding the waste together and then it is set under covers. The waste is left to heat for about eight weeks until a nutrient-rich soil has formed.

Eliminate Your Heavy Waste Containers

If your business throws away a lot of food, you likely have large and heavy waste containers. To eliminate these burdens, your business may want to consider composting. Composting is a great way to put your waste to better use while decreasing your businesses costs and size of containers.

Make Your Food Waste An Asset

Composted waste contributes numerous benefits to the environment. Instead of throwing away your food waste, it will be used to create a healthier soil, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, lessen the amount of waste sent to landfill as well as several other beneficial factors. Why send your food waste to landfill when it has the ability to naturally benefit our environment in so many ways? RoadRunner Recycling will set you up with the resources you need to compost your food waste today!

Compost Recycling
Tips & Info

Line
The Bin

Sure, compost can be messy. Make the process easier on everyone by using compostable liners. They help prevent spills and keep contained all the materials that no one wants to touch, which helps ensure the highest level of employee participation!

Compostable
Items Include

Vegetable Pieces, Coffee Grounds, Food Scraps, Fruit Peels, Waxed Cardboard, Paper Towels and Napkins, Flowers and Plants.

Make A
List

Different facilities and compost programs accept different kinds of materials. Keep a brightly colored list, clearly outlining what can and cannot be composted, right next to your countertop or floor compost bin. It encourages participation and helps avoid contamination!

Creates
Nutrient Soil

According to the EPA, food scraps and yard waste account for 20-30% of what we throw away. Composting is a natural way to provide nutrients to soil which helps retain water and reduce the need for chemical fertilizers. Additionally, composting also improves the health of plants and helps fight disease.

The Better
Option

Composting reduces greenhouse gas emissions and waste sent to landfill. Composting also decreases the number of natural resources we take from the earth. As a result, it reduces the energy we would use to produce new materials.

Put A Lid
On It

The biggest objection about compost is that it stinks. But, there are many ways to contain the smell! Use a small countertop bin with a lid or a specialized stainless steel bucket. Small loads and foot pedals keep the air fresh and make it easy for everyone to keep composting!

Compost Recycling
Tips & Info

Line The Bin

Sure, compost can be messy. Make the process easier on everyone by using compostable liners. They help prevent spills and keep contained all the materials that no one wants to touch, which helps ensure the highest level of employee participation!

Compostable Items Include

Vegetable Pieces, Coffee Grounds, Food Scraps, Fruit Peels, Waxed Cardboard, Paper Towels and Napkins, Flowers and Plants.

Make A List

Different facilities and compost programs accept different kinds of materials. Keep a brightly colored list, clearly outlining what can and cannot be composted, right next to your countertop or floor compost bin. It encourages participation and helps avoid contamination!

Creates Nutrient Soil

According to the EPA, food scraps and yard waste account for 20-30% of what we throw away. Composting is a natural way to provide nutrients to soil which helps retain water and reduce the need for chemical fertilizers. Additionally, composting also improves the health of plants and helps fight disease.

The Better Option

Composting reduces greenhouse gas emissions and waste sent to landfill. Composting also decreases the number of natural resources we take from the earth. As a result, it reduces the energy we would use to produce new materials.

Put A Lid On It

The biggest objection about compost is that it stinks. But, there are many ways to contain the smell! Use a small countertop bin with a lid or a specialized stainless steel bucket. Small loads and foot pedals keep the air fresh and make it easy for everyone to keep composting!

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