Composting at MOM’sDrop off your compost for free at all MOM’s stores!
Composting food scraps returns valuable nutrients to the soil, reduces the need for chemical fertilizers, and keeps usable material out of landfills. When organic waste sits in landfills, it generates large quantities of methane, a harmful greenhouse gas that contributes to climate change.
What You Can Compost at Home
Coffee Grinds & Tea Leaves
Soiled Paper Products
MOM’s Reusable bags
Our Compost Partners
This veteran-owned business turns food scraps into high-quality organic compost in MD, DC, and VA. They are the only vermicomposting (commercial worm composting) operation in Maryland and are 100% wind-powered.
TCC was launched in 2011 by two long time friends with the core objective of increasing the sustainability of the local food system by closing the food cycle and keeping valuable nutrients in local soil while simultaneously reducing their overall carbon footprint.