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Sustainable Jersey City (SJC), a collaborative network of community groups and individuals committed to making Jersey City a more sustainable place to live, was recently acknowledged by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for its community composting initiative, launched last fall.


The pilot now has 25 local moms and a growing number of other community stakeholders participating in the effort. The project is intended to serve as a pilot program for a neighborhood food scrap recycling system for Jersey City, which also benefits community gardeners.


The program aims to work more closely with city hall, and through community groups such as Jersey City Moms, to expand the program in neighborhoods and schools.


For more information, call 201-898-6482, email Info@Sustainable JC.org or visit SustainableJC.org.


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