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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost bins at Truxtun Park 2021

At Annapolis Green we’ve discussed composting in terms of Nature’s circle of life: animals and plants begin life, they mature and flourish, they die, and the remains are returned to the Earth, starting the cycle anew.

This is how things worked for eons before human hubris decided that we know better. Human population growth sparked urbanization and the waste-back-to-the-Earth social norm was warped with the creation of non-biodegradable materials and landfills. We need things to rot, not live in the suspended animation of a landfill, so they can be returned to the Earth. That’s where you come in.  

hands holding compostComposting is one way very easy way you can incorporate the Circle of Life into your own life. It’s something you can do, right at home, to mitigate the effects of Climate Change. Landfills produce a huge amount of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that contributes to global warming so reducing the amount of food that goes into the landfill reduces the methane produced.

If you don’t want to compost in your backyard or can’t because you’re in a condo or apartment, we have the perfect solution right here in Annapolis. Through the end of March there are bins set up at Truxtun Park (near the skateboard area) into which Annapolis residents can simply dump their compostables – kitchen veggie and fruit scraps, meat, bones, grains and bread, soiled pizza boxes, and compostable cups, plates and flatware, etc. Put the material in as is – not in a plastic bag (just like you do with your recyclables). This is available 24/7 through March 30. It’s a free pilot program we are operating for the City. Read more.

To be clear, nothing breaks down and returns to the Earth in landfills – at least not for hundreds of years. Most landfills are lined with materials that keep anything that may leach from the mountains of mixed trash out of the water table below (a good thing) and the landfills are capped. That makes landfills an anaerobic place – that is, devoid of the oxygen that causes materials to decompose. Some scientists have said that in a few hundred years we’ll still be able to reach newspaper pages from today’s landfills.

We are now in the final month of a pilot program we established with the City of Annapolis whereby Annapolis residents can bring their kitchen cuttings to specially designated bins at Truxtun Park. The material is collected weekly by our partner, Veteran Compost. The company puts the material in to huge piles that get very hot as the decomposition process gets underway. Veteran turns the piles periodically with heavy machinery, makes sure it gets plenty of oxygen with a propriety process, and puts it through a fine sieve. The result – in about two months – is fluffy, sweet-smelling compost… a soil amendment that is perfect for every garden, whether residential or commercial. It is Nature’s fertilizer.

The purpose of the pilot program (funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant we obtained from Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development), is to find out if Annapolis residents have an appetite for curbside collection of compostables. (The city set up a companion program of curbside collection in the Hunt Meadow neighborhood that will also end this month. It is being operated by Annapolis Compost.)

Since October the Truxtun collection has yielded about 750 pounds each week. Many people drop by at their leisure to put kitchen scraps in the bins thus keeping their trash cans under the sink less messy and without food odors. For you home composters: at Truxtun you can deposit meat, bones, and crab shells – materials that won’t decompose at home. If you haven’t disposed of your food waste in this way yet – give it a try!

The results of the collection and your wishes will determine whether the City goes ahead with a curbside collection program in the future. If you think this is a good idea, you have to let your alderman or alderwoman and the Mayor know or the program will not continue.

Please weigh in on this. Composting is something we can ALL do under this program – even apartment dwellers – for the good of the planet.

compost secret sauce logoWant some of that compost for your spring garden? As a fundraiser, Annapolis Green is selling 15-pound bags of compost (for $10 plus tax), which we call Secret Sauce because of the incredible results you’ll get from your garden with this special amendment. It’s so much better for your garden and for the environment than synthetic, commercial fertilizers.

There are three ways you can buy the Secret Sauce compost:

oysters on the half shellA final note:  We also encourage returning oyster shells to their rightful place – the Bay. But, we encourage doing this in a way that is safe for our favorite bivalve, the Bay’s health, and ours. That means putting the shells in any of the Oyster Recovery Partnership’s collection bins. ORP will take the shells to its facility on the Eastern Shore where they will be dried in the sun for a year to kill any pathogens that might be present. Then, the shells will be put in a huge vat with oyster spat (baby oysters that look like larvae) that are looking for a substrate to which they can attach to meet the requirements of the rest of their lives. Because the oysters population is so low now, oyster shells are like gold. They are desperately needed if we are to revive this depleted population. That means that the landfill is NOT the right place for them and neither is the compost bin.

–Elvia Thompson

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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maddy's tips

Maddy’s Tip #10: Composting

Today’s Sustainable Action: Composting

If you are looking to become more sustainable, one action you could pursue is forming a composting system for your household. Compost not only improves soil structure by containing a large volume of water and nutrients, but it also reduces the amount of waste that ends up in landfills. All of your banana peels, egg shells, coffee grounds, and more, can be placed in a bin of your choosing. You need to mix the contents in the bin occasionally to help the breakdown process. Then, once your bin is full the compost inside can be sprinkled over plants or used anywhere in your yard for any other uses! This is a great way to provide yourself with a healthy yard and a reduced amount of trash. Visit these link sfor more information on how and what to compost at home!

Today’s Fact: Composting could reduce the amount of trash ending up in the United States’ landfills and incinerators by 30 percent!

[Editor’s Note: City of Annapolis Residents may also take their kitchen scraps — including bones, shells, and compostable containers and cutlery — to Truxtun Park through March 30, 2022. Read more here.]

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maddy-brianas-photoIt’s the next generation that will deal with the effects of Climate Change on the Earth so we are thrilled to publicize Maddy Brianas and her Tips! Maddy is an Annapolis teen who is passionate about protecting the environment. In 2019 she and her sister, Bella (and their parents), participated in our Have a Heart Do Your Part cleanup and then turned around and did a birthday fundraiser to benefit Annapolis Green!

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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compost kitchen scraps Oct 1 - March 30

Free Composting for City Residents

Annapolis Green and City of Annapolis
Offer Six-Month Food Waste Composting Pilot Program to Residents
October 1, 2021 – March 30, 2022

EXTENDED TO APRIL 30!

Annapolis Green and the City of Annapolis are teaming up to collect kitchen scraps at Truxtun Park to keep food waste out of the landfill. Through the end of April, City residents will be able to drop off food waste and other compostables anytime at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard park (300 Park Road).

This collection is funded by a Clean Up & Green Up Maryland grant Annapolis Green was awarded by Keep Maryland Beautiful, the Forever Maryland Foundation, Maryland Environmental Trust and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Annapolis Green has arranged for Veteran Compost to collect the material once a week to process in its industrial-level facility.

Read more to see what material is accepted and what is not. 

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great pumpkin dropoff

Great Pumpkin Dropoff

We love our pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns. But after Thanksgiving, they need to give way for holiday decorations. Don’t put them in the landfill! Instead, give them a dignified demise as compost, Nature’s fertilizer.

Bring your unwanted pumpkins to Truxtun Park, across from the skate park and just past the pool and ball fields, We’ve got bins set up to collect them. The Great Pumpkin dropoff is going on together with our kitchen scrap collection that will continue through March 30. 

Read more here.

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Composting 101

anne arundel public library This online class is part of the library’s Earth Day event series. Learn about a great way to cut down on food waste and enhance the nutrients of your garden. Featuring Kristen Lagana from county Waste Management, and Master Gardener Nancy Allred.

Registration for this event will be open from April 10, 2021 at 9am to April 24, 2021 at 2:30pm.

Register to receive Zoom link.

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pumpkins & bins at Truxtun Park

We gave your Halloween jack-o-lanterns and pumpkins a dignified demise, back to the Earth.
We’re turning them into Pumpkin Spice Compost that you can order now for delivery in a couple of months!

NBC4 Washington featured our pumpkin collection
during Meteorologist Amelia Draper’s climate segment on food waste.

sad jack-o-lantern

Five tons of pumpkins are now “cooking” on the Veteran Compost farm in northern Maryland, being turned into a compost “secret sauce” for local gardens. The haul is the result of local nonprofit Annapolis Green’s Great Pumpkin Dropoff, a partnership with the City of Annapolis to collect pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns in November to gauge community interest in composting.

Residents brought 6000 pounds of pumpkins to Truxtun Park after Halloween and another 4000 pounds after Thanksgiving. Annapolis Green pulled out and donated small pie pumpkins to the Anne Arundel Food Bank.

Annapolis Green is taking orders now for the “Pumpkin Spice Compost” as a unique holiday gift and fundraiser.

“This response tells us two things,” said Elvia Thompson, President & Co-founder of Annapolis Green. “First, considering that these numbers reflect only Halloween and Thanksgiving, just imagine how many tons of food waste is dumped into the landfill every week. And second, this makes clear that our community wants to compost its food waste.”

On the farm, the pumpkins are mixed with wood chips and other food waste in big piles that are turned regularly. Heat from the decomposition process breaks down the nutrients and the seeds. In about two months, the result is a fluffy, sweet-smelling soil amendment that is great for any garden. It is Nature’s fertilizer.

pumpkin spice compostAnnapolis Green’s garden at Maryland Avenue and State Circle has served as a demonstration of how productive a garden can be with addition of compost. For the past four years Annapolis Green has sold the “Christmas Crab Compost” – the result of waste from the Annapolis Rotary Crab Feast as a fun holiday gift. No crab feast food waste was available this year so Annapolis Green is offering “Pumpkin Spice Compost” instead. Since the compost won’t be ready for about two months, the holiday gift, available on the Annapolis Green website, takes the form of a festive certificate, a stocking stuffer, redeemable when the compost is ready.

The response was incredible! We had funny and gnarly jack-0-lanterns, rotten pumpkins, and whole pumpkins of all sizes. Wow, 10,000 pounds… five tons of fruit (yes it is a fruit, not a vegetable)!

wagon full of collected pumpkins
Mike and Kim Lungociu of Black Walnut Cove collected pumpkins from their neighbors and brought them all to the Great Pumpkin Dropoff.

We collected them in ten 64-gallon totes, 11 32-gallon totes and many more that did not fit in the containers (sadly, we had to put those in plastic bags to keep the wildlife from getting into them and making a mess in the park) after Halloween and in 20 64-gallon totes after Thanksgiving. They came from all over the area. Some people even collected them for their entire neighborhood and brought them to us.

The City is charged $53.53/ton for waste removal to the landfill. So, while the seven days of composting only saved the City $267.65 in terms of dollars, the project demonstrated that if the City had year-round composting of all types of compostable materials the savings would be significant AND the environmental benefits would too.

We brought this project to the City of Annapolis and thank Mayor Gavin Buckley, City Manager David Jarrell, Deputy City Manager for Resilience and Sustainability Jacqueline Guild, and Director of the Department of Recreation and Parks Archie J. Trader III for their support of this initiative.

 

little boy & mom with pumpkins  little girl & pumpkin  jack-o-lanterns in bin

Next spring those nutritious pumpkins will have been turned into fantastic compost for your spring garden… Pumpkin Spice Compost!

pumpkin spice everything flyerYou can pre-order Pumpkin Spice Compost  just in time for holiday gifting for the gardener in your life, and a “Pumpkin Spice Everything” bundle. Read more.

The Great Pumpkin Dropoff is part of nonprofit Annapolis Green’s Here We Grow program to encourage home gardeners to grow food with flowers with the natural soil amendment of compost rather than synthetic fertilizers and without pesticides.

The pumpkins will be turned into compost by Veteran Compost, Maryland’s only licensed compost farm and a Founding One Hundred supporter of Annapolis Green. Residents will be able to pre-order the compost as a holiday gift from Annapolis Green along with related gardening products.

Anne Arundel County is also composting pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns. Check out its Recycling and Waste Reduction Division Facebook page for details and other good recycling info.

Anne Arundel Food Bank Volunteer Coordinator Angel Woodall accepts pie pumpkins for the Anne Arundel Food Bank
Anne Arundel Food Bank Volunteer Coordinator Angel Woodall accepts pie pumpkins

anne arundel food bankA Final Note About Food & Food Composting

In case you are thinking about whether we are wasting food, we had that on our minds too. However, it turns out that the Howden pumpkin, and other varieties grown primarily for decorative purposes, just aren’t that good for eating. Have a look at this story from NPR and this story from HuffPost. Composting, rather than trashing, them is the best way to dispose of the majority of the pumpkins we received. They will go back to the Earth and help make new pumpkins that may be planted next year.

However, the Anne Arundel Food Bank accepted the small “pie pumpkins” from our collection! 

 

 

 

Check out our Great Pumpkin Dropoff poem by Lynne Forsman,
who had the original idea for this initiative.

Call me pumpkin or jack-o-lantern,
And whichever the case,
After I’ve been carved and illuminated,
It’s a proper end I hope to face.

At this time of year,
I make harvest hearts sing.
Pumpkin -orange everywhere,
And Pumpkin spice EVERYTHING!

Yet after my Halloween fun,
Give me a dignified demise
If you don’t bake me and eat me,
Respectfully dispose of me, whatever the size.

Thanks to my friends at Annapolis Green,
I’m hoping for the most…
To comeback and nourish your garden,
As Pumpkin Spice Compost!

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pumpkins & bins in park

Great Pumpkin Dropoff Returns

The first Great Pumpkin Dropoff in early November was such a success that we’re doing it again to capture the pumpkins you’re keeping through Thanksgiving. We’ll give them a new life as Pumpkin Spice Compost — a great holiday gift!

Just drop them off at Truxtun Park, near the skateboard area. Follow directional signs from Hilltop and Primrose Lane.

anne arundel food bank

Small “pie pumpkins” will be donated to the Anne Arundel Food Bank.

Read more.

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The Great Pumpkin Dropoff – Nov. 5-8

Give those Jack-O-Lanterns a Dignified Demise
back to the Earth

Annapolis Green is partnering with the City of Annapolis to collect and compost fall pumpkins that have outlived their decorative usefulness. Instead of putting unwanted pumpkins in the trash and condemning them to the landfill, bring them to the Great Pumpkin Dropoff at Truxtun Park!

pumpkin spice compostNext spring those nutritious pumpkins will have been turned into fantastic compost for your spring garden… Pumpkin Spice Compost!

here we grow logoThe Great Pumpkin Dropoff is part of nonprofit Annapolis Green’s Here We Grow program to encourage home gardeners to grow food with flowers with the natural soil amendment of compost rather than synthetic fertilizers and without pesticides.

The pumpkins will be turned into compost by Veteran Compost, Maryland’s only licensed compost farm and a Founding One Hundred supporter of Annapolis Green. Residents will be able to pre-order the compost as a holiday gift from Annapolis Green along with related gardening products.

The huge pumpkin currently on Church Circle will be composted too, along with its little brothers and sisters from our porches.

How it Works

Bring your pumpkins (or pumpkin bits if you’re making pie) to the bins conveniently set up on Truxtun Park Road in Truxtun Park (near the skateboard area) anytime on November 5-8.
Watch for directional signs. Just pour them into the bins and you’re done knowing that you’ve done a good thing for the Earth and lightened the landfill load!

Post photos of your pumpkins on social media. Hashtags:
#AnnapolisGreenGreatPumpkinDropoff
#AnnapolisPumpkinsBacktoNature

Be sure to remove any wax or paint from Jack-O-Lanterns as those materials will not break down with the natural pumpkin.

The Great Pumpkin Drop Flyer

compost me jack-o-lanternAnne Arundel County is also composting pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns. Check out its Recycling and Waste Reduction Division Facebook page for details and other good recycling info.

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