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What We Do
We are a compost processing service, giving Juneau residences, businesses, offices, organizations, and events the option to manage their waste responsibly. We work with people of all kinds to assess their current waste stream and provide a plan for a successful compost diversion program.
 
   
Who We Are
Your mom might say we're trash collectors. We think we're magicians. We collect large amounts of kitchen scraps, hook 'em up with our thermophilic microorganisms, and let them have a party. Then we deliver rich, earthy-smelling goodness to gardens. Not quite the same thing as dumping trash at the landfill, is it?

Run by long-time Juneau composter Lisa Daugherty, we have literally tons of composting experience and are looking forward to helping the community recover this valuable nutrient resource.

We love composting, and we know you will love it too!
Our News

June 30 - Our running diversion totals are now: 8,621 pounds of material collected and 3,287 gallons of stuff saved from the landfill!

June 30 - We were highlighted in Corinne Conlon's article, Relearning Composting , in the Juneau Empire!

May 31 - Our running diversion totals are now:  3,479 pounds of material collected and 1,527 gallons of stuff not in the landfill! 

May 24 - We are now part of the Salt and Soil Marketplace! You can drop your organics off at HOOKED on Thursdays between 4:30-6:30. Simply prepay your bucket drop off online through their website when you order local food and handmade goods. (ON HOLD as of July 1--be back in Aug)

May 20 - Hustled @ the UAS Community Day event.

April 30 - Our first month of composting complete: 753 pounds of material collected and 312 gallons of stuff not in the landfill!

April 23- Composted for the Glory Hole's Empty Bowls fundraiser.

April 22- Hustled @ the  Renewables Fair for Local Solutions. Networked and   composted for an impromptu birthday bbq on the beach afterward!

April 19 - Check out the radio spot on KTOO's  A Juneau Afternoon.

April 12 -  Check out the article by Clara Miller in the Capital City Weekly.

April 7  - The first buckets have been collected!

March 31, 2017 - The first empty buckets have been delivered!