Where others see waste,
we see a brighter future.

We are composters with audacious dreams of creating the change our planet needs.

We're committed to building a zero-waste world,
by keeping food waste out of landfills and using it to improve soil health and support healthy food systems.

Focus Areas

We work to create systems supporting decentralized, flexible, and scalable composting operations, in service of benefitting our local community along while creating repeatable and sustainable models for composters of any scale.

We see a future where Rhode Island stands as the national model for interconnected, efficient, and sustainable compost systems.

In addition to our core focus, we also offer:

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Urban Space Composting

We specialize in composting for small and indoor spaces. Let us help your home, office, or small business shrink its carbon footprint by composting!

Composter Tools

Through the applied use of technology and app development, we aim to revolutionize compost site management.

Zero Waste Consulting

We'll help get your office, home, or event to zero waste! We'll plan, manage your organics, and even help you pick the best compostables!

Education & Workshops

We provide fun, useful, and informative workshops on soil health, bokashi composting, and zero waste living! Join us to learn how to shrink your carbon footprint!

Why Compost?

Composting provides real and immediate positive impact, right where we live. By handling our waste locally, we dramatically reduce its potential negative impact.

Local composting diverts food waste from landfills, shrinks the waste hauling footrpint, and closes the loop between what we produce, consume, and discard. Compost also promotes healthy soil, which leads to carbon sequestration, replenished water cycles, healthier and more abundant produce, farmer benefit, and ecosystem repair.

Benefits of Local Composting

Landfill Diversion

Reduced Hauling

Closing the Loop

Compost also improves soil health, leading to

Carbon Drawdown

Improved Water Cycles

Healthy, Abundant Food

Lower Farming Cost

Ecosystem Repair

Get In Touch

We’re always open to conversation. We love collaboration, and are always seeking new ways to approach the environmental and social issues and impacts associated with sustainability and waste.

If you want to talk compost, food, community events, or just plain talk - don’t hesitate to get in touch!