From Big Tex to the Cowboys to Reunion Tower, Dallas is as iconic as it gets among American cities. A town like this that marches to the beat of its own drum is the perfect fit for a new, better way of dealing with food waste from commercial activities.
Our commercial composting program helps Dallas businesses…
Get in touch with us today to start the conversation about composting at your business or organization in Dallas.
Whether you’re churning out Texas barbecue or vegan fusion, we can collect your pre-consumer waste, as well as post-consumer waste in some cases.
If you have multiple employees eating one or two meals and/or snacking throughout the day, that food waste adds up and becomes a potential source of beneficial compost.
There are 38 colleges in the Dallas Metro area and 230 schools in Dallas ISD, each one a candidate to funnel its food waste from the cafeteria to the compost pile with our help.
Thousands of patients, doctors, nurses, and staff generate food waste every single day across Dallas hospitals that can and should be diverted from landfills.
In short, we want to partner with any site that generates a large amount of food waste that will inevitably end up in a landfill, such as:
We consult with you to determine the size of your desired composting program, and get you on the pickup schedule that works for you. We are TRUE AdvisorTM certified and can plan as robust a waste diversion program as you want. All pre-consumer compostables are acceptable. In certain circumstances, we can take post-consumer waste, too. Contact us for details!
We provide everything you need to collect the compostable waste, such as drums and outdoor bins with airtight lids (so no foul smells to worry about). Each pickup, we leave you a clean bin.
We calculate the pounds diverted from landfills with every pickup and can report these diversions, methane emissions avoided, and compost created by each collection. So your Dallas business can show off its efforts and inspire your team, your customers, and all your stakeholders.
“For over two years, Moonshot has been a great partner to by by helping us reach our Net Zero goals in a very tangible way. We now compost 100% of the appropriate waste from the two restaurants on our Houston campus, diverting all of it from the landfill. At the same time, this program is helping our culinary team become more aware of how they can minimize all waste. The compost we receive from Moonshot is used in our community vegetable garden, the vegetables used in our kitchens, the waste composted, the compost used in our garden…”
Global Director of Food & Beverage, bp
You don’t have to guess at the impact your donations are making–you can track the hard numbers in real time through our Diversion Dashboard. This personalized scoreboard tallies your monthly and total stats on how many pounds of waste you’ve diverted from landfills, the equivalent amount of emissions avoided, and more that you can use in your ESG reporting and sustainability marketing.
A clean bin with each collection
Employee training to ensure your compost is uncontaminated
Simple list of what’s collectable. See it here
Call us nerds, but we think it’s really cool how spoiled food and leftovers can become a valuable commodity when given enough time and a place to relax. Where is that, you ask?
Your Moonshot collections are transformed into compost at either commercial composting facilities or community gardens.
There are no surprises or ‘gotchas’ when you sign up to take your Moonshot. Essentially, we meet with you, learn about your business, explain how we can help, teach you how it works, and you’re off and running. There’s no long-term contract, only month-to-month plans.
For our commercial services we typically use 55-gallon drums, though container selection is part of our onboarding process.
As part of your onboarding, we consult with you to determine a pickup schedule that works for you. In most cases, we collect no more than twice per week.
We take everything we collect to a compost facility, where the food waste is mixed with vegetative waste to become compost. Learn more about what happens to your food waste.
All your questions answered – more commercial composting FAQs.