The WSU Compost Facility supports Washington State University's missions by managing
the Universities organic waste stream in an efficient, effective and safe manner.
The Compost Facility began operations in October 1994. The facility was the first
university based compost facility to process all campus generated organic waste.
Approximately 25,000 cubic yards are composted annually on 4 acres of asphalt surface.
Research has been conducted at the facility to determine how feed stocks affect
quality and effectiveness of inoculants and additives. The site is extensively toured
by WSU compost classes, local K-12 schools and other universities.
Here to view the Medical, Infectious and Low-level Radioactive Waste Management
Plan for Incinerator
Compost Facility Provides services for: