Many homeowners and homebuyers today are interested in ways to make their houses more sustainable and eco-friendly. For all the information and help available about solar panels and energy-efficient appliances, very few are paying attention to the amount of waste their homes are producing that ends up in rapidly filling landfills.
That’s where we come in.
Moonshot Compost offers two varieties of residential composting service to give homeowners and apartment-dwellers the opportunity to collect a wide range of food waste and turn it into valuable compost for themselves or the community.
Collect your home’s compostables in the bags and bin we provide, and we pick it up weekly. We bring new compostable bags each week and the compost you’ve earned, if you choose, twice per year.
Explore the map to see the businesses and residents near you who are taking their Moonshot and helping keep thousands of pounds of compostables out of landfills.
We make it simple to view the environmental benefits your donations are making with our Diversion Dashboard tool. You’ll find stats such as pounds of waste diverted from landfills and pounds of CO2 saved by composting that waste. You can also get data on your larger community’s achievements, as well.
We offer two ways to earn Moonshot credit: Anytime and Quarterly rewards. You can get bill discounts for every signed-up referral to the Mooniverse, as well as a shot at up to one free month of service if your area has the highest density of subscribers.
What bins do you provide?
We offer airtight, 4-gallon buckets for holding and transporting food waste. We also offer ventilated kitchen caddies. Both of these containers are free when you sign up.
What happens to the food waste you collect?
We take everything we collect to a compost facility, where the food waste is mixed with vegetative waste to become compost.
Can I earn my compostables back in compost?
Yes, all of our plans make it possible to get rewarded for your collections with two compost claims for your own use per year.
All your questions answered – more residential composting FAQs.