Wed, Nov 07

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Harrison Center

THE WHYS AND HOWS OF COMPOSTING AND RECYCLING

Learn to Compost in your Backyard along with a Craven County Recycling Review

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THE WHYS AND HOWS OF  COMPOSTING AND RECYCLING

Time & Location

Nov 07, 2018, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Harrison Center, 311 Middle St, New Bern, NC 28560, USA

About The Event

Great Reasons to Compost Food Scraps and Yard Waste

SAVE MONEY – Converting your food scraps and yard trimmings to compost saves on buying soil amendments and fertilizers. Homeowners who discard yard waste are giving away their yards’ potential soil nutrients.

SAVE TIME – Discarding yard waste to a compost pile is often faster than bagging and bundling for a streetside pickup.

REDUCE TRASH DISPOSAL – Your community will need less landfill space and incinerator capacity. Less pollution will be emitted by landfills and waste-hauling trucks

EDUCATIONAL – Learning about composting and natural processes is interesting for people young or old. Children can learn to conserve natural resources through composting activities. It’s a great way to teach natural sciences.

Refresh you Recycling Skills

There is a finite amount of landfill space available for future generations. Let's make better choices in what we purchase and be responsible in how we dispose of our waste.

Recycling in Craven County is an option - Let's keep up to date.

Please Join Us

Carol and Don Ostler will explain and as well as demonstrate the methods of composting and recycling that they use to reduce their carbon footprint. The Ostlers have been concerned about the amount of waste going into our landfills and even our oceans. By repurposing, reusing, and transforming both organic and solid, we can all do our part creating a cleaner, safer and more livable world.