December 21, 2017

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Green Action Centre's Compost Winnipeg & Councillor Mayes Partner for School Composting

Winnipeg, Manitoba, December 21, 2017 -- Compost Winnipeg and St. Vital Councillor Brian Mayes invite schools to start thinking about a green resolution for the New Year: Compost. Thanks to support from Coun. Mayes, Compost Winnipeg will provide two Winnipeg schools with composting services from January to June 2018, including compost education, supplies, and food scraps pick-up.  

“I am contacted regularly by schools. Kids, teachers and parents want to see their schools composting but they rarely have a budget to take it beyond the discussion phase.” Says Kelly Kuryk, Project Manager for Compost Winnipeg. “Funding by Councillor Mayes will enable us to sponsor 2 schools to pilot a compost collection program. I am really excited – I hope we get lots of schools applying and can later expand the service!”

“I have been impressed by Compost Winnipeg’s work and wanted to assist them with  increa...

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