For most restaurants and grocery stores, 40-75% of the total waste is food scraps – spoiled fruits and vegetables, stale bakery items, kitchen trimmings, and leftover plate scrapings, which can all be composted, reducing the amount of material going into the landfill.
Restaurants, grocery stores, schools and other organizations in the city limits of Bend and Redmond that prepare or serve food can now compost all their food scraps (including meat and dairy), through their garbage and recycling service provider.
Get more details to find out if commercial composting is a good fit for your business.
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Bend Garbage & Recycling
Areas north of Greenwood/Newport Avenue and Tumalo
Areas south of Greenwood/Newport Avenue and Sunriver
High Country Disposal
Redmond, Sisters and surrounding areas