Thursday, June 6, 2013

Compost is available at SOCRRA in Rochester Hills

Oakland County residents have a source for screened and cured garden compost. SOCRRA Community Partners in Recycling & Waste offers residents of South Oakland County member communities free compost — if they shovel their own. It is $5 for residents of other communities. The compost is made from grass, leaves, woodchips and other yard waste and food scraps collected from SOCRRA communities. For larger quantities loaded by SOCRRA bucket loader, a charge of $5 per cubic yard with a $15 minimum applies. It is available, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday and 8 a.m. to noon, Saturday in June at SOCRRA’s Yard Waste Compost Site is at 1741 School Road in Rochester Hills.
Some communities have compost available for residents at their Department of Public Works yard.
For more information visit, find SOCRRA on Facebook or call 248-288-5150.

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