City To Continue Composting Program


In the past few years, many Greenville residents have taken advantage of the city’s compost program, which provides compost at no charge.
Public Works Director Bill Grider told WGEL the compost can now be picked up at the facility along South Fourth Street.

Since the compost is outside the fence, city residents can visit the pile, shovel and load it themselves, any time, any day.
The compost pile consists of leaves picked up by the city in the fall of 2012 and spring of 2013. Grider said ff any compost remains after the third week of April, persons living outside of the city limits are welcome to pick it up.

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