Compost Trial Signup
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Ozark Compost is on a mission to make composting both accessible and convenient, all at the comfort of your doorstep.
You can start getting more value out of your waste while decreasing it.
We're looking to share our services with the NWA community and gather as much feedback as possible.
Our trial program is designed to give you the opportunity to try composting within your household and see if it can be a lasting habit.
PLUS! ONCE YOU BECOME AN ACTIVE COMPOSTER, WE'LL BRING THE COMPOST RIGHT BACK TO YOU!
There are no commitments once your trial is complete... Just give it a try.
How The Trial Works:
- One-month of free pickups
- Pickups every two weeks
- 5-gallon bucket provided (must be returned)
- Text notifications on pickup days
Our Only Asks:
- Your feedback
- Let us know if you'd like to continue composting
If this trial sounds of interest to you then signup below, again no commitments or payment required.
Please Note: At the moment, we only deliver to these select areas of Northwest Arkansas. If your delivery address is not in one of these cities, your subscription may be canceled and refunded.
How compost pickups work
Jump on board with the hundreds of homes and businesses reducing their waste every week.
We're working with hundreds of homes and businesses to divert thousands of pounds of food waste each week.
"I highly recommend this incredibly convenient way to reduce your home's food waste. They pick up at your house, and you get ready made compost in return." Stephanie, Fayetteville
"Our house loves the Ozark Compost service. We’ve recently started using their counter top caddy and it makes composting even easier. Love the add-ons like Airship coffee and other sustainable products!" Katie, Rogers
"They gave me a month free just to try it out and to see if I actually create enough material to compost. They remind me when to put my compost bucket outside and they make the switch so easy! I feel better that I'm helping the planet and decreasing my carbon footprint on the planet." Tess, Bentonville