The outermost covering of stems and roots of woody plants used for landscaping.
A plant community characterized by vegetation dominated by shrubs, often also including grasses, herbs, and geophytes.
Spaces where people come together to grow a variety of produce.
Curbside Compost Collectors
Collects food-soiled paper, and yard waste and turns it into compost or renewable energy.
The durable padding material used to protect goods during shipping.
The practice of collecting fresh, edible food that would have otherwise gone to waste from restaurants, grocers, and other food establishments and distributing it to local social service agencies.
Food Waste – Municipalities/Private Haulers
Municipalities – A waste material of plant or animal origin that results from the preparation or processing of food for animal or human consumption for or by municipalities.
Private Haulers – A waste material of plant or animal origin that results from the preparation or processing of food for animal or human consumption for or by private equipment use.
Organic material that is used to fertilize land, usually consisting of animal dung of domestic livestock.
Powdery particles of wood produced by sawing.
Source Separated Materials
Separating materials by type at the point of discard so they can be recycled.
Small to medium sized piece of wood formed by cutting or chipping larger pieces of wood that can be used for landscaping.
An organic material, produced by a large number of woody plants and quite variable in properties.
Yard and Garden Trimmings
Mixture of grass, leaves, and tree and brush trimmings from a yard or garden.