Composting In America - A Path to Eliminate Waste, Revitalize Soil and Tackle Global Warming
America’s system of collecting, landfilling, and incinerating waste is not just expensive, it is unsustainable. Improper waste disposal contributes to global warming and pollutes basic resources like air and water. Composting is a solution that could reduce the amount of trash sent to landfills and incinerators in the U.S. by at least 30 percent. By following composting best practices, American communities can reduce waste, create sustainable food systems, help tackle climate change, and reduce harmful air and water pollution.
Composting is a viable solution to create a sustainable agricultural system and tackle climate change at the same time. Read the full report by the Frontier Group and the U.S. Pirg Education Fund HERE.