Rowley speaks to BDN about compost
The Bangor Daily News interviewed Nicholas Rowley, sustainable agriculture and horticulture professional with University of Maine Cooperative Extension and staff member of the Maine Compost School, about what to do if non-compostable materials like glass or plastic end up in a compost pile. “For the most part it’s nothing to be concerned about. … Mistakes do happen and it’s kind of inevitable there will be little pieces of glass or plastic or metal that make it into the compost. There is only so much screening that can happen,” Rowley said.