Project Oscar
Thank you for your interest in composting your food scraps with "Project Oscar", Boston's community compost pilot. This program is a partnership between the Environment Department and Public Works.  

Here's how you can participate in Project Oscar and have your food scraps composted:

1. Review what is accepted in Boston's Project Oscar bins here: ****(Even if you are very familiar with how composting works, please review what you can and can't put in our compost bins because the compost site requirements may change!)

2. Test your knowledge of what compostable materials our Project Oscar bins accept below

3. Get composting!
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True or False: I can put yard waste (leaves, sticks, grass clippings) in the Oscar Community Compost Bins? *
Which of the following is NOT compostable in our bins? *
Why is composting important? *
Which of the following is compostable in our bins? *
Which of the following is NOT compostable in our bins? *
How should I transport my food scraps from my house to the bin? Select all appropriate options. *
Which Project Oscar drop-off site will you be using? *
Which neighborhood would you like to see a Project Oscar site?
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In your selected neighborhood, where should the Project Oscar site be located?
tell us where you think Project Oscar should be
Your zip code *
Add email *
We ask so we can get in touch if we need to communicate new information about the bins. This is a pilot program and the data we collect from our participants will help us improve and grow the project. We promise we won’t share your email address with anyone else!
How did you hear about Project Oscar? *
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