Not coming to a trash can near you

Compost 06/08/2007

Photo by Flickr user Diana House

What happens to the scraps from 25,000 pounds of meat at Katz’s Deli each week? Here’s a hint: It’s the same thing that’s about to happen to all New Yorkers’ vegetable peels and egg shells. Another hint: They don’t go into the trash.

Find out more in “When Composting Comes To NYC’s Jewish Community,” my latest story on The Jewish Daily Forward’s Jew and the Carrot blog.

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Filed under Gardening, Jewish community, New York

One response to “Not coming to a trash can near you

  1. Word Woman

    Got the article! Don’t know why I couldn’t earlier. Tried a few times.

    Nice — in style and content. And a good illustration of how you can pull a story together quickly like, well, like an on-staff reporter. *:*D

    Love, Ma

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