Helping to Preserve Our Natural Resources
The Composting Network helps to preserve natural resources. Our goal is to help divert compostable materials from entering landfills by transforming it into something useful. We make the best naturally made compost and garden products in the Greater New Orleans area. We offer these products to residential and business customers. Other services include:
Join us in the fight to preserve our natural resources! Whether you are a residential, or business owner, you can start composting today!
The Composting Network offers the best naturally made compost and garden products in the Greater New Orleans area. We can help you keep your garden looking pretty and yielding fruit all year long. Browse our selection of products now!
Great news! Now there is a place to bring all of your commercial landscaping material. The Composting Network is now accepting landscaping material. You can drop it off at our headquarters between the hours of 9 AM and 12 PM Monday through Friday.
Landscapers: Now you can drop off your compostable materials at our headquarters Monday through Friday. The cost of the service is only $4 per yard.
The Composting Network’s Commercial Composting plans accommodate a variety of residential buildings, restaurants, and businesses.
The Composting Network Commercial will pick up your compostable materials weekly depending on the plan you choose. Our plans accommodate a variety of residential buildings, restaurants and businesses. Get started today!
Latest News from The Composting Network
There’s a surprising number of common, everyday items that are fit for the compost, yet many gardeners tend to stick to the basics such as kitchen scraps and dead plant waste. Adding just a few more items to the bin can drastically reduce the size of your weekly rubbish bag. Gum Hair Toothpicks Pet bedding (Rabbits,
The Composting Network is a New Orleans based company that provides commercial composting service for businesses, colleges and universities, and restaurants throughout Greater New Orleans. We also sell our locally made composting products and compostable packaging in local stores as well as online. The following Internship positions are currently available at The Composting Network: Marketing
As 2014 draws to a close, it is a good time to reflect on where we’ve been and where we’re headed. It has been an interesting year at The Composting Network, with highs such as the signing of the Whole Foods Market on Veterans Blvd and the DEQ naming us to the Louisiana Environmental Leadership