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Finished Compost Giveaway


Joan Lorentz Park, 441 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02138

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  • Mid-Cambridge


Michael Orr


The City of Cambridge will be distributing finished compost free of charge to Cambridge residents on Saturday, April 22, from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m., at Joan Lorentz Park, (in front of Cambridge Public Library), 449 Broadway, Cambridge. The rain date is April 23 at same time and location.

The finished compost was processed by the city’s contractor, Save That Stuff. Cambridge residents send more than 1,500 tons of yard waste to their processing site in West Bridgewater, MA each year. To receive finished compost, residents must bring their own bins to the event. There is a limit of 20 gallons per household. Information about recycling and composting will also be available at this event.

This event is part of the City's Earth Month Celebration in April



Page was posted on 3/22/2023 12:06 PM
Page was last modified on 7/25/2023 3:44 AM
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