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A new business helps restaurants compost

Thanks to Victoria for passing along this article about Eco Movement Consulting and Hauling, a local company that “collects food waste and other compostable material from Portsmouth-area restaurants and brings it to farms to be turned into compost for farmers.”

Right now, Eco Movement collects compostable material from 30 restaurants from Newington to Ogunquit, Maine, including at least a dozen in Portsmouth. The company also just landed an account with Portsmouth Hospital. The customers pay for compostable bags and put the material in a tote outside, which Bedard and Miranda pick up on a regular basis.

The bags are taken to compost farms in Farmington and Fremont, the closest to Portsmouth. But Bedard is working to find a lease arrangement with an area farmer where he can create a compost farm and education center.

Read the rest of the story by Deborah McDermott, City eateries compost with Eco Movement, at Seacoastonline.com.

Eco Movement’s web site is zerowastenow.com.

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