We created our service to help those that want to compost, but don't have the time, space, or expertise. It's simple! Fill your pail and we'll pick it up and do the dirty work for you. Once you start composting, you won’t be able to imagine another way.

Don't want the compost? We'll donate it to the Hartford Public Schools on your behalf. Put your address in below to see if we are in your area and what the service options are.

Try for Free!

We make it  EASY


  1. We drop off a 4-gallon pail lined with a biodegradable bag at your home.

  2. You fill the pail with your food scraps (see what we accept).

  3. Leave the pail out for collection on your pick up day and we'll take care of the rest!

Do we collect from your home? Find out below!

Be a part of the SOLUTION

  • TWO WEEK FREE TRIAL - No commitment!

  • WORKS FOR ANY HOME - We have weekly and every-other-week plans. Cook a lot? An extra pail is $5 per month.

  • FLEXIBLE PAYMENT OPTIONS - Save $ with a longer subscription. See Pricing Info Here.

  • CLEAN! - We offer off-site cleaning for a small additional amount.

  • GET COMPOST! - 3 bags per year as part of the service. And you can buy more!

Towns we currently service: Avon, Bloomfield*, Branford, Canton*, East Hartford*, Farmington, Guilford, Hartford, Madison, Manchester, Middletown, New Britain*, Newington, Simsbury, South Windsor*, West Hartford, Wethersfield, Windsor.

* Service is not available in all parts of the town. Towns in the purple colored areas are Preregister Service Territories - Glastonbury, Rocky Hill, and Windsor. We don't currently provide collections there, but you can preregister by signing up here.


Every subscription comes with 3, 50-pound bags of finished compost. Add it to your garden beds, house plants, or lawn to close the food waste loop! 


Need a large delivery of compost? We can arrange that too, Contact us here.

No need for finished compost? Don't worry, we'll donate your share to Hartford Public Schools!

Here's a quick demonstration that we did with NBC CT's Kerri-Lee Mayland on how easy composting can be!