Colo. city hall joins composting campaign

04/22/2013 | Denver Post, The

The Denver City Council has started composting food scraps and coffee filters at City Hall as part of a goal of citywide composting. City Hall joins several elementary schools, municipal buildings and about 2,200 households along a pickup route. However, the city has a ways to go to achieve its goal, which would require as many as 15 routes that cost $400,000 each.

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