Compost to Market

Continuous Evaluation of Marketing and Compost Quality

No product will continuously sell itself! Plan to periodically re-evaluate how well-aligned the product you create is to the expectations of customers. Ask your customers how you could improve. Look at what your competition is doing. https://www.compostingcouncil.org/page/participants Familiarize yourself with the differences between compost, soil amendments and fertilizers and be sure your messaging is specific […]

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Product Certifications

Increase your customer’s confidence in your product through third-party product certifications. Various types of compost product certifications can be found here: Certification through the Seal of Testing Assurance (STA) Certified Compost program is a great tool to market your compost. https://www.compostingcouncil.org/page/CompostManufacturersSTA ▪ The nationally recognized branding and logo are available to use for those compost

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Compost Use Equipment

Be sure to understand the equipment your buyers and compost users have to best sell your compost! You’ve been reading this section to make sure your compost inventory keeps moving—ideally at a profit for your operation! If material isn’t used quickly enough, there won’t be enough space left on the pad for collections. One key

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