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How Does Waste End Up In A Local Farm?

As part of our efforts to be environmentally friendly, we are extremely responsible with the way we handle waste. You simply throw your trash away, but we have to figure out what to do with it from there. When we remove grease from your grease traps and sludge from your septic tanks, we don’t just dump it somewhere and hope it doesn’t contaminate the earth. Instead, we try to recycle and reuse as much as possible to lessen our environmental impact. One of the major players helping us to do that is an affiliate company who specializes in composting.

Introducing Earth Farms Organics
This innovative company collects organic waste from a variety of places such as restaurants, hotels, schools and grocery stores. Instead of sending it to a landfill, they turn it into nutrient-rich compost that can be used to create superior-grade soil or improve existing soil. The process takes about 5 months because they go the extra mile to ensure a high-quality compost. Even after the compost is considered safe for consumer use, Earth Farms continues to process it an additional 45 days before curing and filtering the final product.

From Waste to Soil
The final products created by Earth Farms are compost and various types of soil. Whether you’re trying to plant acres of crops or add a small flower container to your landscaping, there is an appropriate soil for your purposes. It’s quite a fascinating concept to think about your garbage transforming into a product that sustains new life. To learn more about Earth Farms or to see how you can contribute to waste diversion, Contact Us. We love educating customers on ways to sustain the planet while helping them to get rid of their waste. We look forward to working with you on these beneficial initiatives.

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