Loaded with nutrients and organic matter, Loop helps us to fight climate change by storing carbon in the soil and offsetting carbon emissions associated with synthetic fertilizer. By using 100% of Loop as a fertilizer, over 42,000 tons of CO2 equivalents are offset each year. That’s like taking over 8,000 cars off the road!
Executive Director of the Northwest Biosolids, Maile Lono-Batura, tells her funny story about when she first learned about biosolids in her high school biology class. Maile reazlied we all have a part to play in the cycle. She made it her life’s mission to make hers an active role.
Volunteer your time to learn and educate others about Loop® biosolids, the nutrient rich product of the wastewater treatment process, as well as sustainable gardening and more! You will receive training, a Loop t-shirt, and free bag of GroCo compost made with Loop. In exchange, you will volunteer to share your knowledge. Email us if you’re interested!