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    Welcome ‘Compost Cab’! A New Eco Start-Up Business Soon to Take Off


    Photo Via compostcab.com

    Do you compost? If you live in a city or even a tightly packed neighborhood our guess is probably not. Lets face it. Without a large back yard where compost can be disposed of properly so as to not stink up the entire house and attract all kinds of unwanted critters, composting is just too much of a hassel for many. Even with the cool and techie compost bins found at Costco and elsewhere, composting in urban settings is more of an “ideal than a reality”.

    Welcome the Compost Cab, a new eco start-up business set to launch this spring in Washington D.C. For just $8 a week, you are supplied a compost bin to fill with all of your kitchen scraps. Every week it’s picked up and trucked to a farm where your orange peels, rotten tomatoes, and old coffee rinds are turned into rich and fertile soil. Then after it’s all said and done, you even have the option of using some of that soil for say some nice houseplants or if you choose, it can be donated to other non-profit community gardens.

    The entrepreneur behind the business, Jeremy Brosowsky, realized that community gardens and urban farms in his area were having trouble finding good soil to grow large quantities of crops and he was tired of tossing his biodegradable scraps into the rubbish. Now this business may seem like a long shot but just think about all the private recycling businesses that have sprung up across the country. Green business opportunities are everywhere these days and what could be better than making money by helping the planet?

    Visit the Compost Cab website

    Wyatt Taubman

    written by Wyatt Taubman

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    2 Responses to “Welcome ‘Compost Cab’! A New Eco Start-Up Business Soon to Take Off”

    1. Devon says:

      This is awesome! I hope they come to San Fran soon. :) Thanks for sharing!

    2. w internecie says:

      Write more, thats all I have to say. Literally, it seems as though you relied on the video to make your point. You definitely know what youre talking about, why throw away your intelligence on just posting videos to your site when you could be giving us something informative to read?

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