Bradford compost facility ribbon-cutting 11/18

The composting system pictured here should be fully operational in October after the walls and roof are constructed. Each of the structure's four bays will hold a week's worth of food waste to be composted during a month-long process. Photo by Meghan Eldridge.

Great news! Mizzou is about to start composting in a very big way. As previously reported, Tim Reinbott, the superintendent of Bradford Research and Extension Center will collaborate with University of Missouri students to create and run a closed-loop composting system.

The compost facility will be completed this week, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony set for Friday!  Here are the details:

What: Ribbon-cutting for University of Missouri compost facility
Who: Everyone who loves compost
When: Friday, November 18 at 2:30 p.m.
Where: Bradford Research and Extension Center, 4968 Rangeline Road

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