WeCare Compost

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WeCare Compost is made from sewage sludge (renamed biosolids) by the company WeCare Organics LLC.[1] Under USDA organic standards, sewage sludge may not be used in organic agriculture. However, companies such as WeCare that market sewage sludge in fertilizer and compost products often claim to be "natural" or "organic." On its website, WeCare markets WeCare Compost, saying it is "comprised of nutrient-rich wastewater biosolids, yard trimmings and other organic recyclables." In addition to WeCare Compost, WeCare Organics and its subsidiary EarthBlends Inc sell the sludge products EarthBlends Plus™ Pellets, EarthBlends Advantage, and WeCare RoofMix.

Contact Information

  • WeCare Organics LLC
  • 9293 Bonta Bridge Road
  • Jordan, New York 13080
  • Phone: 1-866-SOIL-2-GO or 315-689-1937
  • Fax: 315-689-1996
  • Web: http://www.wecareorganics.com
  • Email: jeffrey.leblanc@wecarecompanies.com

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  1. WeCare Organics - WeCare Compost, Accessed November 11, 2010.

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