The Composting Network, New Orleans, LA

CUSTOMER SERVICE: 504-206-9298

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Composting in New Orleans!

truck_dumpLandscapers: We Want Your Compostable Materials 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. Click here for more details

Compost & garden Featured Items

Compost Compost
25-LB Bag
Regular: $8.99
Soil Soil
30-LB Bag
Regular: $6.99
Horse Power Compost Horse Power Compost
30-LB Bag
Regular: $20
Raised Bed Mix Raised Bed Mix
50-LB Bag
Regular: $15.99
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residential_compostingNEW Residential Composting Great news! The Composting Network’s Composting Service is now open to residential customers residing in the the following zip codes: 70125, 70122, 70114, 70119, 70116, 70117, and 70005. Start composting at home now! Click here to find out how If you would like to compost and your zip code is not listed above, please contact us at 504-206-9298 or

secondlinestagesCommercial Composting Restaurants, food trucks, and schools and universities now have the opportunity to get involved with our composting program.  The Composting Network, LLC offers a 5-Day, 3-Day and 1-Day Per Week pickup plan so that you can customize your own solution. We will also provide you with monthly statements indicating the amount of waste collected each month. Sign your restaurant, food truck, or school up today!


Green Internships Available The Composting Network has the coolest green paid Internships on the planet! We have several open Internship positions that could lead to a permanent position in our growing company! You can help make an immediate impact on the world your first day!

Latest News & Upcoming Events

The Composting Network Featured in the New Orleans Advocate Today, Brock owns and operates the Composting Network, a for-profit company that collects discarded material from local businesses and institutions for a fee, processes it on a large scale into compost, and then sells the product online and through garden centers. Read the Entire Article

Saying Goodbye to 2014 and Hello to 2015 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 Program; and lows such as some electric utilities not looking into power purchase agreements at “survivable” rates for digesters. But all and all, in 2014, The Composting Network’s diversion of organics to composting and anaerobic digesting increased and surpassed its 2013 numbers. This upcoming year, we will release and train new recycling facilities in and outside of Louisiana on how to use our new custom software ( We also have free composting service for restaurants, universities and businesses who sign up for our Compostable Purchasing Program. As more and more people become familiar with our services and its benefits, we anticipate remaining the largest composting collection facility in Louisiana.

Investors Interested The Composting Network is looking for investors. Business plans, marketing strategies, and financial analysis is available. Please contact for inquiries or to set up an interview for a business meeting. Serious and legal inquiries only please. 504-206-9298.

Louisiana Department of Agriculture & Forestry The Composting Network is an approved BMP Facility in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Compost At Your Next Event
Would you like to compost at your next event? Book The Composting Network for your next party now.

Real-Time Compost Statistics

Total Pickups: 8,003
Total Weight: 1,983,745

Compost Calculator

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