As she enters the 14th Street Y in New York City Wendy Seligson makes a beeline for the black bin standing in the lobby. She pulls out a neatly sealed plastic bag filled with lemon peels, salad bits, and carrots.
It’s not her lunch. It’s her contribution to the center’s pilot composting program.
“It’s another connection to the community. Greening is really important to us,” says Ms. Seligson, the Y’s associate executive director.
Read more here: Composting made easy wins over New Yorkers – Yahoo News.