Trash Talk: How your apple cores and yard waste turn into soil

Check out this article in The Coast, third in my series of trash-related stories. Check out the first one here, and the second here.

This time, I went to the very pungent Miller Waste compost facility in Burnside. Take a read to hear about the three-month process of turning organic material into soil used for everything from backyard walkways to landscaping the Halifax airport.

A compost truck arrives at the Miller Waste facility after its daily run.

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