Longtime Cambria resident and businesswoman Kathy Unger was among the first of more than 51,000 in San Luis Obispo County to receive a new collection pail for food scraps to be dumped in with greenwaste each week and then turned into compost. Mission Country Disposal is providing the pails to encourage people to help reduce solid wastes in landfills.
Longtime Cambria resident and businesswoman Kathy Unger was among the first of more than 51,000 in San Luis Obispo County to receive a new collection pail for food scraps to be dumped in with greenwaste each week and then turned into compost. Mission Country Disposal is providing the pails to encourage people to help reduce solid wastes in landfills. Kathe Tanner ktanner@thetribunenews.com
Longtime Cambria resident and businesswoman Kathy Unger was among the first of more than 51,000 in San Luis Obispo County to receive a new collection pail for food scraps to be dumped in with greenwaste each week and then turned into compost. Mission Country Disposal is providing the pails to encourage people to help reduce solid wastes in landfills. Kathe Tanner ktanner@thetribunenews.com

Composting pails coming to Cambria

August 17, 2016 10:44 AM