Community composting brings together local groups and individuals to enable them to produce compost from local green / food waste and distribute it back to their members. Community compost sites are run on a not-for-profit basis.
What are the benefits of community composting?
Reduces biodegradable waste going to landfill or incineration
Turns a locally arising 'waste' problem into a locally available resource
Provides training, employment and volunteering opportunities as well as education and awareness raising
A more sustainable alternative to compost containing peat
Where are the community composting sites in Gloucestershire?
We currently support these community composting sites: