Don’t know where to recycle your Christmas Tree? Organics “By Gosh” will take your individual Christmas Tree for free at our site! Have more than one tree? $10 for a pick up truck, $15 for a trailer load. Happy Holidays!
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From selling horse manure out of a wagon to making the best compost and soil mixes in Central Texas, Organics “By Gosh” has always taken things that others threw away and turned them into great products that make our environment better than it was in the first place. Grandpa Gosh used to say, “It can be done, by gosh!”. The Gosh family motto stuck with our owner, Phil Gosh, his entire life.
We have plans to change the way people think about the ground they walk on and what they throw away. Organics “By Gosh” takes material that others see as “waste”, adding love, hard work, and creativity to turn them into soil and compost resources that make the earth a better place to live. It’s about treating people and our environment the right way. And that’s something that’s worth being done, “by gosh”!
City of Austin Rebates
The City of Austin has pledged to become Zero Waste by the year 2040. Zero Waste means that as a community we would divert 90-95% of everything that goes to the landfill by reducing, reusing, recycling, and repurposing these “waste” resources. The City of Austin knows that our community plays the key role in reaching these goals so they offer some awesome rebates for both residents and businesses who want to do their part to help Austin become more sustainable.
The 68th UN General Assembly declared 2015 the International Year of Soils (IYS 2015) (A/RES/68/232). The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations has been nominated to implement the IYS 2015, within the framework of the Global Soil Partnership …
Starting the week of December 31, 2012, the City’s Austin Resource Recovery will begin a pilot project to provide weekly curbside collection service of food scraps, food-soiled paper and yard trimmings for 7,900 households in the Austin area. Organics “By Gosh”