BUS.125-Pennsylvania’s New Urban Composting Permit-AC24.USCC

Bennett Compost, established in 2009, faced challenges due to the lack of a permit for processing compost in urban environments. However, through a partnership with Philly Parks & Rec, they developed Pennsylvania’s first small-scale composting permit and built the state’s first urban composting facility. In a unique arrangement, Bennett Compost utilizes a former maintenance facility owned by Parks and Rec in exchange for donating 75 cubic yards of compost annually to city gardens and collecting food scraps from the city’s recreation centers.
Speakers: Jennifer Mastalerz
Duration: 24 minutes
Credits: 0.5
Member Price: $30.00
Non-Member Price: $52.50
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