BEND, Ore. – Newport Ave. Market, a one-store independent here, announced the launch of its composting program, in partnership with Cascade Disposal, in an effort to expand on its commitment "to the community and planet." In the first week of implementing the program, Cascade Disposal collected over 2,100 pounds of food waste from Newport Ave. Market for conversion into reusable gardening compost. "We are thrilled to implement this program at Newport Avenue Market in collaboration with ...

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