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Courtesy of BioCycle Magazine

WHEN it comes to selling compost, the markets can drive equipment purchase decisions. This was the case for the Lehigh County, Pennsylvania yard trimmings composting operation, which produced 14,000 cubic yards of compost in 2007. “We are doing a lot of work with a soil amendment company that makes products for golf courses,” says Tim Bollinger, Composting Operations Manager for the Lehigh County Office of Solid Waste. “We couldn't get the product they needed out of a trommel and they are looking for a 3/8-inch minus particle size. Also, our site is on compacted subsoil, which is 100 percent shale. We can't have flakes of shale in a product for golf clubs.”

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