Do you want to help keep dog waste out of landfills, reduce the use of plastics, and return organics back to nature? Here are ways to support this recycling program. The success of this effort will boost participation in the Denver Metro area and will increase the chances that similar zero waste projects will be launched at other locations.
Recycle your household pet waste. Yes, you can do that! An average dog produces 275 lb. of waste per year; an average cat, 110 lb. Pet Poo Pocket Guide offers seven best practices for safely and easily recycling pet waste.
Buy Doggone Good Potting Soil Mix. Use use our high-quality soil to produce bountiful potted and container plants! Proceeds benefit our dog waste composting efforts.
Patronize our Green Partners. These associates are working with EnviroWagg to improve sustainable pet practices. Take your canine friends to parks that recycle and they will “contribute” to the cause!
Patronize the companies that have adopted doggie stations at Thornton’s Trail Winds Dog Park. You’ll see their business signs attached to the pick-up bag dispensers. Thank those business sponsors for supporting dog waste composting at parks in these cities.
Pet Scoop is transporting dog waste from sites in the Greater Denver and Boulder areas to EnviroWagg’s composting site at Soil Rejuvenation in Longmont. If you would like to discuss collection and composting services for your household, park or facility pet waste, contact Pet Scoop at 303-781-7667.