0 0 0 comments Metro 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 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. Continuing that... Oklahoman subscribers have access to this article. Unlock it below. Sign In Unlock with your Oklahoman username and password. Activate Get FREE access with your Oklahoman print subscription. Subscribe Subscribe to The Oklahoman Full Access. What is this? Learn more. close Your browser does not support iframes. 0 0 0 0 Submit Letter NewsOK.com has disabled the comments for this article. × Trending news Article Life in an Oklahoma City violent crime hot spot Advertisement Related Multimedia 14 Article Gallery: New compost center smells better, produces more Related Articles New compost center smells better, produces more Norman's state, federal legislators Mayor leads nine-member Norman City Council Norman's Health For Friends offers low-cost medical services City government offers services, help to residents Trending Now 74548OSU football: OSU cheer squad member will be disciplined after Bedlam gaffe 45444Nick Saban as Longhorns coach would raise the bar in Big 12 29612OU football: Controversial Bedlam tweet likely made by non-OU employee 18268Life in an Oklahoma City violent crime hot spot 15862Oklahoma State football: Gundy's dispassion not the problem 13153Samsung Galaxy Gear smart watch anything but worthwhile 11841Video: Garth Brooks makes surprise 2014 world tour announcement on "Good Morning America"