Commercial Organics Recycling
WEEKLY FOOD SCRAPS PICK-UP
C.R.P. Sanitation helps close the loop by bringing
your source separated food scraps to the most
local organics recycling facility possible.
• Food scraps must be containerized.— loose
bags are prohibited.
• 64 gallon toters and rear-load containers can
be purchased or rented.
• Generators are responsible for the
cleanliness of their organics bins.
• Price varies based on number of toter/
• Call or email to receive a free quote and
WHY RECYCLE YOUR FOOD SCRAPS?
• Take actionable steps towards your
company’s sustainability goals.
• Offset your trash costs by removing the
• Become a “Zero-Waste” operation.
• Reduce your greenhouse gas emissions.
• Rebuild local soils by providing nutrient rich
ingredients that help make compost.
IF IT CAME FROM SOMETHING LIVING,
IT CAN GO IN THE COMPOST
• All foods (veggies, fruits, grains, meat, dairy,
fat, eggshells, nuts, shells, and bones).
• Food soiled paper (coffee filters, tea bags,
parchment paper, uncoated paper plates,
• House plants and cut flowers (remove
plant from soil— potting soil can be
rejuvenated with compost and reused.)
• Certified compostable products (bags,
dishware, cutlery, etc.) Online catalog:
NO: Including but not limited to…
• Produce stickers
• Rubber bands and twist-ties
• Plastic and wax coated paper products
• Pet feces or litter
• Store your toter or rear-load container where
you keep the rest of your waste and
• Use a smaller container, where scraps are
created, for short-term storage and
transportation to your toter or rear-load
• 5-gallon buckets are commonly used.
Containers larger than 10 gallons tend to
become too heavy to lift and dump safely.
• Bags are optional, however, they do reduce
the amount of cleaning needed.
• Must be BPI Certified Compostable.
• Do not tie off the bags: food scraps trapped
in tied bags do not properly compost.
• It is more cost effective to use a larger bag
for your toters instead of smaller bags for
your kitchen containers.
• Contaminated toters or rear-load
containers will not be serviced. Customers
will be notified and provided with photo
• Customers can either remove the
contaminants (if possible) or pay to have
that toter or container disposed of as trash.
• Use re-usable items whenever possible.
• Switch your disposable items to
compostable disposable products.
• Reducing or eliminating the need to sort
will reduce the chances of contamination.
MAXIMIZE THE VALUE AND IMPACT
OF YOUR ORGANICS SERVICE
• The cost of commingled recycling and
trash is on the rise.
• The more heavy food waste you remove
from your trash, the more you can offset
the cost of your trash pick-up.
• Reduce your use of petroleum-based
disposable plastics by switching to plant-
based compostable items.
Monday - Friday: 6AM - 5PM
Saturday: 8AM - 1PM
Sunday: - Closed
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