What happens when a compost company posts this problem…I have about 3,000 cubic yards of municipal cured compost and 4,000 curing. I need to store it until a buyer is found to make room for what we are producing.
It seems that Dicksons Environmental Services is experiencing a problem and writing about it. Could it be that other composting facilities are having the same problem? Is this potentially the “new” problem the US will have to deal with if all commercial food waste generators choose to compost their food waste? What do we do with all this compost until a buyer is found? Maybe the US should limit how much compost is generated per month and then heavily promote digesting food waste to be sent down the drain to be converted into water? Don’t think we will ever run out of uses for water.