Since 2016, we have led the effort to reduce Cleveland’s landfills and decrease its methane gas emissions by recycling the city’s food waste. We are dedicated to this cause — and what we call ‘The New Recycling.’

 

WHAT IS ‘THE NEW RECYCLING’?

Typical recycling seems almost second nature now. From the grocery to the city streets — even in our own homes — it’s found nearly everywhere.

What if we told you it’s possible to move beyond recycling just paper and plastic — to use your food waste to create a nutrient-rich composting soil that is superior to anything currently available in your local home & garden store. Would you be jazzed? We think so.

By recycling our food waste, we are doing something pretty amazing to further landfill reduction efforts and methane gas emissions — all the while supporting a family owned and operated business — Full Cycle Organics.

Every year, the United States generates approximately 230 million tons of "trash"--about  4.6 pounds  per person per day. Less than one-quarter of it is recycled; the rest is incinerated or buried in landfills.

Every year, the United States generates approximately 230 million tons of "trash"--about 4.6 pounds per person per day. Less than one-quarter of it is recycled; the rest is incinerated or buried in landfills.


According to the EPA, 30% of all food is thrown away each year, and 60-80% of garbage produced by restaurants alone is food waste.
Full Cycle Organics wants to be at the forefront of offering a smart, sustainable way to eat, grow, and nurture our earth.
— Jim Riley, Owner/Founder

ORGANIC WASTE — What WE ACCEPT

  • All food waste

  • Paper products

  • Cardboard

  • Biodegradable service-wares