Gorilla Composting at McGill University

Gorilla Composting at McGill University

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Regina Yunghans
Feb 27, 2009

Composting, says the Gorilla Composting mission statement, "is a necessity and a responsibility".

The group, founded by biological engineering alum Daniel Spitzberg and Kealan Gell, has created an organic recycling program for McGill University. The proposal involves providing interested students, faculty, and staff with personal compost containers and scheduled drop-off times to bring their organic waste to a campus composting facility...

The facility, once fully realized, would provide a source of soil nutrients that could be put to use on the campus. If you're in the area and are interested in getting involved, find more info on Gorilla Composting membership here. If you aren't nearby but you're still interested in composting at home, the group offers some great helpful tips for composting at home and how to get started.

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