From March 25 to April 9, 2017, National Neighborhood Composting Week
Everyone to compost
is an annual national event promoting local composting of household waste, whether at home, in a shared facility, in a building, in a neighborhood or in any other collective structure.
Every year, volunteers, site referents and composting guides spend a few hours welcoming residents who have already composted, as well as new visitors, for on-site activities, compost distribution or any other action designed to raise the profile of their composting site and increase participation.
Why compost your kitchen waste?
- I reduce the amount of waste in my garbage can and the volumes processed by the local authority (by around 30%).
- I use compost in my window boxes or garden and save on the purchase of fertilizer and/or potting soil.
- I share a project with my neighbors, colleagues, at school, etc.
Compost our toilet waste!
Map of composting events
To consult on the site
the national map of composting events near you: site openings, conferences, Compost’Tour, composting events.
All the practical information is on the official Composting Week website: