Join us March 18th at 1pm for a fantastic webinar!
What does it mean for composters to render cannabis unusable?
Half the country has legal cannabis in some form, but NJ officially legalized recreational use just weeks ago. That means we're likely to see a big uptake in organic waste. Whether you're in NJ or anywhere in the world we hope you'll join us to explore this topic.
Our experts will cover these questions and many more!
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Our Spring Meeting is coming up March 3rd at 5pm!
Open to all, this VIRTUAL meeting will feature a short special presentation on key tax and financial considerations for organics recycling projects and Carbon Credits from Michael A. Recchia, Esq., CPA and Brian Teaff of Bracewell LLP. Carbon Credits are something organics recyclers and municipalities either are taking advantage of, can take advantage of or need to be aware of, so we hope you'll join us.
We'll also do some networking and provide updates on the latest on the NJCC and composting in NJ.
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The NJCC Summit went virtual in 2020 and we had a great day of speakers and workshops! Thanks to our title sponsor Engineered Compost Systems!
We're looking forward to announcing the 2021 summit soon, so please don't hesitate to get in touch!
This 2-day course plus optional composting methods demonstration tour focuses on giving you the knowledge you need to run a successful composting facility, whether you’re just getting started or have been composting for a while.
This April Governor Murphy signed landmark legislation to require New Jersey's large food waste generators to begin source separating and recycling food scraps/waste. See our Summary
The NJ Composting Council will continue to update this page with fresh resources and webinars for compost manufacturers, collectors and others in the industry as we all adjust to COVID-19.
We believe compost manufacturing and compost utilization are central to Organics Recycling, creating healthy soils, supporting community gardens, clean air and water, and a sustainable society within the state of New Jersey
The NJ Composting Council, a nonprofit industry group, advances compost manufacturing, compost utilization, and Organics Recycling to benefit our members, society, and the environment in the state of New Jersey
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