New compost center smells better, produces more

A new 10-acre compost center at 348 Bratcher-Miner Road eliminates odor and produces more compost, which is available to residents for use in home gardens.

BY JANE GLENN CANNON Modified: September 29, 2010 at 2:50 pm •  Published: September 29, 2010
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NORMAN — Norman was the first city in the state to separate yard waste from other trash collection services and to offer an associated compost operation, Utilities Director Ken Komiske said.
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