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Name not available outside Decatur May 7, 2024, 7:40 PM

Would you like to participate in Decatur’s curbside compost collection pilot? Yes
If you answered Yes to Q1, what are your reasons for wanting to participate in the pilot? Select all that apply. (If you answered No to Q1, skip to Q3). To reduce waste, To reduce carbon footprint, To help build healthy soil
Do you currently compost at home or in the community? No, I don’t compost
What barriers, if any, prevent you from composting? (Select all that apply) Concerns about odor or pests
Please select your schedule day for trash, recycling, and yard waste pickup. Monday
How would you prefer to receive information and guidelines about the curbside compost collection pilot? (Select all that apply) Brochures or printed materials
Which types of materials would you want the City to include in a curbside compost collection program? (Select all that apply) Fruit and vegetable scraps, Coffee grounds, filters, and tea bags, Meat scraps, Eggshells
What curbside bin size would you prefer for compost collection? Small (less than 5 gallons)
Would you prefer to use compostable bags or have loose collection of materials in the curbside program? Compostable bags

Name not available inside Decatur May 6, 2024, 6:17 AM

Would you like to participate in Decatur’s curbside compost collection pilot? Yes
If you answered Yes to Q1, what are your reasons for wanting to participate in the pilot? Select all that apply. (If you answered No to Q1, skip to Q3). To reduce waste, To reduce carbon footprint, Easier than composting at home, To avoid paying a private compost service, To help build healthy soil, To save the City money
Do you currently compost at home or in the community? Yes, I use a private compost service
What barriers, if any, prevent you from composting? (Select all that apply) Lack of knowledge or understanding about composting, Concerns about odor or pests
Please select your schedule day for trash, recycling, and yard waste pickup. Thursday
How would you prefer to receive information and guidelines about the curbside compost collection pilot? (Select all that apply) Brochures or printed materials, Online resources and guides, Community workshops or training sessions
Which types of materials would you want the City to include in a curbside compost collection program? (Select all that apply) Fruit and vegetable scraps, Coffee grounds, filters, and tea bags, Food-soiled paper products (napkins, paper towels, paper plates, etc.), Meat scraps, Eggshells, Compostable plastic items
What curbside bin size would you prefer for compost collection? Medium (5-20 gallons)
Would you prefer to use compostable bags or have loose collection of materials in the curbside program? No preference

Name not available inside Decatur May 5, 2024, 2:14 PM

Would you like to participate in Decatur’s curbside compost collection pilot? Yes
If you answered Yes to Q1, what are your reasons for wanting to participate in the pilot? Select all that apply. (If you answered No to Q1, skip to Q3). To reduce waste, To reduce carbon footprint, Easier than composting at home, To avoid paying a private compost service, To help build healthy soil, To save the City money
Do you currently compost at home or in the community? No, I don’t compost
What barriers, if any, prevent you from composting? (Select all that apply) Lack of space, Concerns about odor or pests, Time constraints
Please select your schedule day for trash, recycling, and yard waste pickup. Thursday
How would you prefer to receive information and guidelines about the curbside compost collection pilot? (Select all that apply) Brochures or printed materials, Online resources and guides, Social media updates
Which types of materials would you want the City to include in a curbside compost collection program? (Select all that apply) Fruit and vegetable scraps, Coffee grounds, filters, and tea bags, Food-soiled paper products (napkins, paper towels, paper plates, etc.), Eggshells, Compostable plastic items
What curbside bin size would you prefer for compost collection? Small (less than 5 gallons)
Would you prefer to use compostable bags or have loose collection of materials in the curbside program? No preference

Name not shown inside Decatur May 4, 2024, 2:43 PM

Would you like to participate in Decatur’s curbside compost collection pilot? No
Do you currently compost at home or in the community? Yes, I compost at home (backyard compost system)

Name not available inside Decatur May 4, 2024, 2:27 PM

Would you like to participate in Decatur’s curbside compost collection pilot? Yes
If you answered Yes to Q1, what are your reasons for wanting to participate in the pilot? Select all that apply. (If you answered No to Q1, skip to Q3). To reduce waste, To reduce carbon footprint, Easier than composting at home, To avoid paying a private compost service, To help build healthy soil, To save the City money
Do you currently compost at home or in the community? No, I don’t compost
What barriers, if any, prevent you from composting? (Select all that apply) Lack of space, Concerns about odor or pests
Please select your schedule day for trash, recycling, and yard waste pickup. Monday
How would you prefer to receive information and guidelines about the curbside compost collection pilot? (Select all that apply) Online resources and guides
Which types of materials would you want the City to include in a curbside compost collection program? (Select all that apply) Fruit and vegetable scraps, Meat scraps, Eggshells, Compostable plastic items
What curbside bin size would you prefer for compost collection? Medium (5-20 gallons)
Would you prefer to use compostable bags or have loose collection of materials in the curbside program? No preference

Jordan Kaylor inside Decatur April 30, 2024, 5:23 PM

Would you like to participate in Decatur’s curbside compost collection pilot? Yes
If you answered Yes to Q1, what are your reasons for wanting to participate in the pilot? Select all that apply. (If you answered No to Q1, skip to Q3). To reduce waste, To reduce carbon footprint, Easier than composting at home, To avoid paying a private compost service, To help build healthy soil, To save the City money
Do you currently compost at home or in the community? Yes, I compost at home (backyard compost system)
What barriers, if any, prevent you from composting? (Select all that apply) Concerns about odor or pests, Time constraints
Please select your schedule day for trash, recycling, and yard waste pickup. Friday
How would you prefer to receive information and guidelines about the curbside compost collection pilot? (Select all that apply) Online resources and guides
Which types of materials would you want the City to include in a curbside compost collection program? (Select all that apply) Fruit and vegetable scraps, Coffee grounds, filters, and tea bags, Food-soiled paper products (napkins, paper towels, paper plates, etc.), Eggshells, Compostable plastic items
What curbside bin size would you prefer for compost collection? Medium (5-20 gallons)
Would you prefer to use compostable bags or have loose collection of materials in the curbside program? Loose collection

Name not shown inside Decatur April 29, 2024, 8:25 PM

Would you like to participate in Decatur’s curbside compost collection pilot? Yes
If you answered Yes to Q1, what are your reasons for wanting to participate in the pilot? Select all that apply. (If you answered No to Q1, skip to Q3). To reduce waste, To reduce carbon footprint, Easier than composting at home, To help build healthy soil
Do you currently compost at home or in the community? Yes, I compost at home (backyard compost system)
What barriers, if any, prevent you from composting? (Select all that apply) Lack of knowledge or understanding about composting, Concerns about odor or pests
Please select your schedule day for trash, recycling, and yard waste pickup. Monday
How would you prefer to receive information and guidelines about the curbside compost collection pilot? (Select all that apply) Online resources and guides, Social media updates, Community workshops or training sessions
Which types of materials would you want the City to include in a curbside compost collection program? (Select all that apply) Fruit and vegetable scraps, Coffee grounds, filters, and tea bags, Food-soiled paper products (napkins, paper towels, paper plates, etc.), Meat scraps, Eggshells, Compostable plastic items
What curbside bin size would you prefer for compost collection? Large (more than 20 gallons)
Would you prefer to use compostable bags or have loose collection of materials in the curbside program? No preference

Name not available inside Decatur April 29, 2024, 4:50 PM

Would you like to participate in Decatur’s curbside compost collection pilot? Yes
If you answered Yes to Q1, what are your reasons for wanting to participate in the pilot? Select all that apply. (If you answered No to Q1, skip to Q3). To reduce waste, To reduce carbon footprint, To help build healthy soil
Do you currently compost at home or in the community? Yes, I compost at home (backyard compost system)
Please select your schedule day for trash, recycling, and yard waste pickup. Monday
How would you prefer to receive information and guidelines about the curbside compost collection pilot? (Select all that apply) Brochures or printed materials
Which types of materials would you want the City to include in a curbside compost collection program? (Select all that apply) Fruit and vegetable scraps, Coffee grounds, filters, and tea bags, Eggshells
What curbside bin size would you prefer for compost collection? Small (less than 5 gallons)
Would you prefer to use compostable bags or have loose collection of materials in the curbside program? Compostable bags

Name not available inside Decatur April 29, 2024, 2:07 PM

Would you like to participate in Decatur’s curbside compost collection pilot? Yes
If you answered Yes to Q1, what are your reasons for wanting to participate in the pilot? Select all that apply. (If you answered No to Q1, skip to Q3). To reduce waste, To reduce carbon footprint, Easier than composting at home, To avoid paying a private compost service, To help build healthy soil, To save the City money
Do you currently compost at home or in the community? No, I don’t compost
What barriers, if any, prevent you from composting? (Select all that apply) Concerns about odor or pests, Other - husband doesn't want in our yard
Please select your schedule day for trash, recycling, and yard waste pickup. Tuesday
How would you prefer to receive information and guidelines about the curbside compost collection pilot? (Select all that apply) Online resources and guides
Which types of materials would you want the City to include in a curbside compost collection program? (Select all that apply) Fruit and vegetable scraps, Coffee grounds, filters, and tea bags, Food-soiled paper products (napkins, paper towels, paper plates, etc.), Eggshells, Compostable plastic items
What curbside bin size would you prefer for compost collection? Medium (5-20 gallons)
Would you prefer to use compostable bags or have loose collection of materials in the curbside program? No preference

Name not shown inside Decatur April 28, 2024, 12:40 PM

Would you like to participate in Decatur’s curbside compost collection pilot? Yes
If you answered Yes to Q1, what are your reasons for wanting to participate in the pilot? Select all that apply. (If you answered No to Q1, skip to Q3). To reduce waste, Easier than composting at home, To avoid paying a private compost service, To help build healthy soil
Do you currently compost at home or in the community? No, I don’t compost
What barriers, if any, prevent you from composting? (Select all that apply) Concerns about odor or pests, Time constraints
Please select your schedule day for trash, recycling, and yard waste pickup. Friday
How would you prefer to receive information and guidelines about the curbside compost collection pilot? (Select all that apply) Brochures or printed materials, Online resources and guides, Community workshops or training sessions
Which types of materials would you want the City to include in a curbside compost collection program? (Select all that apply) Fruit and vegetable scraps, Coffee grounds, filters, and tea bags, Food-soiled paper products (napkins, paper towels, paper plates, etc.), Meat scraps, Eggshells, Compostable plastic items
What curbside bin size would you prefer for compost collection? Small (less than 5 gallons)
Would you prefer to use compostable bags or have loose collection of materials in the curbside program? No preference