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Compost available April 21 and 28

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KENT—Three buckets of compost will be available April 21 and 28 at the transfer station for those who took part in the food scraps program that separated organic waste from general municipal solid wastes.

During the ongoing pilot program for separating the materials, Kent took more than 18 tons of food scraps out of the waste stream.

Permit holders must bring their own containers to remove the compost.

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