Metro Vancouver firing on all cylinders to divert poo

The search for the most environmentally friendly way to divert dog droppings from the landfill has led Metro Vancouver to test unusual solutions – including paying contractors to cut open every bag and taking contents to a sewage treatment plant.  Parks managers are trying underground biodigestion bins and working with the University of British Columbia to determine whether worms will turn dog waste to vermicompost to use as a soil amendment for park plants.  See the video!