There is stellar work going on in non-profit organizations, municipalities and governments at all levels on all the tools YOU need to start, scale up or multiply compost facilities or programs in your community.

CASE STUDIES

City of Minneapolis, MN

Town of Kingston, NY

City of Napa, CA

City of Fayetteville, AR

RESOURCES

Model Procurement Policy

Community Toolkit

Excess Food Opportunities Map

IFSC Residential Compost Guide

REFED: Roadmap to 2030

State of Organics Recycling in the U.S.

Mapping Urban Access to Composting Programs

Growing Local Fertility: A Guide to Community Composting

Analysis of the Barriers and Opportunities for the Use of Compost in Agriculture, 2018

How2Compost

In the Public Interest Guide

PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS

Please find here links to procurement documents involving everything from waste audits and studies, to program feasibility and design; collection program and hauling, facility design and operation; public private partnerships, school composting procurement and public-private (P3) partnerships.

These documents are not being endorsed in terms of quality, but are listed as resources for others who are writing bids for these services.

COLLECTION OR CONSOLIDATION

City of Shakopee

County of Sacramento

City of Los Banos

City of Palo Alto

COLLECTION/PROCESSING COMBINED

City of Carlsbad

City of Kirkland

COLLEGE/SCHOOLS

Town of Durham

City of Sacramento

Henderson County

DESIGN, OPERATION & PROCESSING

District of Oak Bay

Ventura County

City of Boulder

Susitna Alaska

EDUCATION AND OUTREACH

City of Ann Arbor

City of Contra Costa

Zero Waste Youth Education Program

PLANS AND FEASIBILITY STUDIES

City of Davis

Colorado

PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS

City of Ann Arbor

City of Philadelphia

WASTE AUDITS/WASTE COMPOSITION

Chester County

Sonoma County

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