The Association of Compost Producers (ACP) is a non-profit association of public and private organizations dedicated to increasing the quality, value and amount of compost being used in California. We do this by promoting activities and regulations that build healthy soil, benefiting people and the environment.
ACP members work and invest together to increase compost markets and improve compost product and manufacturing standards. The association provides education and communi-cation on compost benefits and proper use through support of scientific research and legislation aligned with developing and expanding quality compost markets.
Dear ACP Supporting Members,
Regular ACP Monthly Member meeting this month:
Association of Compost Producers
The Calif. State Chapter of the US Composting Council
We always prefer to have your presence in person at our meetings, but, as always we will also have a speaker phone available to call-in during the meeting for those who can't travel. Simply call into the main switchboard number above, and ask to be put into the 2409, ACP Meeting Conference call.
Current Working Agenda
The Agenda items will follow the format of our 2014 Goals, and will address specific (agenda and handouts will be sent out by EOD, August 25:
ACP Management & Collaboration
Compost Market Development
ACP's 1st Annual California Compost Summit
Caltrans – Work with CalRecycle support to
CalRecycle – Work with Calrecycle leadership and staff to support compost expansion
Outreach & Promotion – Work with members to implement new and reoccurring programs
Legislative & Regulatory Scanning and Input
Including above Riverside "Composting Operations - Riverside County Best Management Practices"
Grant Project Opportunities, Progress and Update
We hope you can join with us in our collaborative expansion of California's compost industry (production & marketing), ongoing!
Dan Noble, Executive Director Association of Compost Producers
The Calif. State Chapter of the US Composting Council “We Build Healthy Soil” - www.HealthySoil.org