We recycle 350,000 Tons of Residential and Commercial Yard and Food Waste Every Year

Compost Days, March 15 - April 15, 2014

Compost Days is back, and itÂ’s bigger and better than ever! Last year, our communities helped divert over 350,000 tons of food scraps and other compostable materials from the landfill by using their curbside compost carts.

Save Big

March 15th through April 15th, cash in on the biggest discounts of the year on Cedar Grove compost, and deep discounts on kitchen food scrap containers and compostable bags.

Click Here to Get Your Compost Coupon!

Click Here for Compost Coupon Retailers

Need more compost? Buy 2 yards of compost, get the 3rd yard free by using the Promo Code: CD14 at checkout between March 15th and April 15th!

Stop by your local Fred Meyer between March 15th and April 15th for great deals on Kitchen Kits with discounts up to 30% off!

Give Big

Help us give back to the community with the first-ever Big Garden Give!

3/15, 10am - 4pm Lynnwood Fred Meyer
4615 196th St SW
Meet celebrity garden radio host Ciscoe Morris, broadcasting live from 10am - noon!
3/22, 10am - 4pm Maple Valley Fred Meyer
26520 Maple Valley Black Diamond Rd SE
3/29, 10am - 4pm Ballard Fred Meyer
915 NW 45th St

Save on all varieties of Cedar Grove Compost and give back by donating a bag of compost to local gardens growing food to fight hunger. For every coupon redeemed and every bag donated, Cedar Grove will donate a bag to local gardens.

Donations will be distributed to food-growing gardens managed by Seattle Tilth’s Just Garden Project and WSU Snohomish County Extension Community Gardens.

Ways to Give Online

Can't get to a Big Garden Give Event? Don't have a garden but want to donate to others? You can participate in the Big Garden Give by taking any one of the actions below.  For every action taken, Cedar Grove will donate one free bag of compost to a local garden:

It's easy, choose any or all of these options:

1. Purchase a bag (or more!) online to be donated for $3.99 each

2. Download and redeem a Cedar Grove Buy Two Bags get a Third Bag Free coupon

3. Take the pledge to compost your food scraps and yard waste at home

Local gardens celebrate by growing fresh produce, feeding our neighbors!

Curbside Composting Tips

Putting your food scraps in your curbside composting cart makes a difference!

Nearly 30% of what we throw away in our garbage is food scraps and food soiled paper – and the average single-family household produces about 48 pounds of food scraps and food-soiled paper every month.

Vegetable and fruit trimmings, meats, fish and poultry scraps and bones, plate scrapings, egg shells, coffee grounds, paper towels and napkins–even greasy pizza delivery boxes–all can be recycled in your curbside compost cart.

To learn more about curbside composting, click your area, below:

Snohomish County
King County


Compost Days is brought to you by Cedar Grove in partnership with: