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Is it mandatory for me to sign up for compost collection?

No. The city of Durango and Table to Farm Compost are currently partnering on outreach and education to encourage more residents and businesses to sign up for compost collection voluntarily.

 In the coming years, the city will be evaluating the feasibility of expanding city-wide food waste diversion and composting services. Landfills are the third-largest source of human caused methane emissions and food waste makes up approximately 20% of residential waste in Durango. Reducing waste and increasing composting will be critical to achieving the city's adopted sustainability and greenhouse gas emissions goals.

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1. How do I sign up for curbside compost collection?
2. Can businesses sign up for compost service?
3. What can I compost?
4. Will my compost bin or outdoor heap attract wildlife?
5. Is it mandatory for me to sign up for compost collection?
6. Am I only allowed to use Table to Farm for compost service?
7. What happens if my compost collection bucket starts to smell?
8. What if I have a large household and produce a lot of food waste each week?
9. What if I don't produce a lot of food waste each week?
10. What happens to the material collected by Table to Farm Compost?
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