Hot Composting Classes in DC This Fall

  • Saturday, September 29th from noon — 2pm at North Columbia Heights Green. Register here.
  • Saturday, October 13th from 9:30–11:30am at East Capitol Urban Farm*. Register here.
  1. Gain approval for the placement of a bin from the relevant landlord or property management before placing or using a bin.
  2. Attend one of the two classes listed above.
  3. Use the bin as specified in trainings and product instructions and data sheets.
  4. Gather, and submit as required, the data requested by the Institute for Local Self-Reliance on the web-based submission form (forthcoming).
  5. Properly maintain the Bin as directed including adhering to guidelines on when and how to add compostable material.
  6. Proactively implement rodent avoidance measures, immediately address any rodent activity if it occurs, and contact the Institute for Local Self-Reliance if rodent activity persists.

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The Institute for Local Self-Reliance has a vision of thriving, diverse, equitable communities. To reach this, we build local power to fight corporate control