Below is the press release submitted to SOURCE Media for publication. (stock photo)
Framingham – The Energize Framingham organization will host a table for growing coffee and desserts on Sunday, October 16, to discuss the benefits of organic recycling.
The event will be held at Nanette and David Magnani’s home from 11am to 12:30pm.
To RSVP, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 508-875-0290. The deadline for attendance confirmation is Saturday, October 15th.
“As members and leaders of our shared Framingham community, we believe that small changes in our daily habits can make a difference. We started the project “Table to Farm” to expand organic recycling. When 8 or more people sign up for Black Earth Compost’s Organic Recycling Service update, the overall cost/neighbour of Black Earth Compost (BEC) services is reduced by 30%. Signing up is free,” said the organizers.
11:15 welcome and introduction
Overview of Energize Framingham
What is organic recycling? how to get started
Why is organic recycling important? Small steps can have a big impact.
Our climate crisis has many components, including the use of landfills. It deprives natural wildlife habitat, pollutes water sources and most importantly produces high levels of methane and carbon dioxide. Not only is air quality adversely affected, but landfill space is rapidly running out. All landfills currently in use in Massachusetts cities and towns face closure by 2030, according to current estimates.
composting on the street
Reducing the amount of garbage sent to landfills
・Reduces dangerous gas generated from rotting food waste
Can be converted into a fertilizer that promotes healthy plant growth and creates beneficial compost that sequesters CO2 while acting as a natural water filter
“We are working with Black Earth Compost to make more accessible compost in Framingham. can be composted,” said the organizers.