San Francisco’s composting is pretty advanced, I’m wondering if proofgrade scraps of medium maple, etc., are compostable?
As of recently, they even accept waxed cardboard, which makes me wonder if the masking is not a problem.
If not compostable, I assume recycling wouldn’t work (it specifically says wood is not acceptable).
Anyone know if it’s ok to recycle the non-plywood wood scraps with masking on?
Here’s a snippet of acceptable items from https://www.recology.com/recology-san-francisco/what-goes-where/
- Vegetable wood crates (metal wire is okay)
- Waxed cardboard
- Wood – small pieces of lumber or sawdust from clean wood only (no plywood, press board, painted, stained or treated wood)
- Wooden chop sticks