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Chesapeake Compost Works

Industrial food scrap composting facility that converts organic waste to fertile soil for sale to gardeners and professional growers.

  • Stage $500K in TTM Revenue
  • Industry Industrial/Energy
  • Location Baltimore, MD, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded October 2012
  • Employees 8
  • Website chesapeakecompost.com

Company Summary

Chesapeake Compost Works, Maryland's largest food scrap composting facility, processes 1200 tons of organic waste from restaurants, universities, food manufacturers, and residents per month, and manufactures 800 cubic yards of compost bought by gardeners, landscapers, farmers, and retail stores. As early pioneers in this new and growing industry, we are recycling a waste product that once went to the landfill into fertile soil.

Team

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    Vinnie Bevivino
    President

    Vinnie Bevivino is the President of Chesapeake Compost Works. With a degree in Soil Science and years of experience in the horticultural industry, Vinnie has the passion to tackle society's toughest challenges. He started CCW in 2012 as his solution to all the compostable waste being thrown away, and the need for lots of healthy soil for local sustainable agriculture and horticultural industries.

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    Adam Schwartz
    Facility Operator

    Adam Schwartz, which a keen understanding of the composting process, is responsible for the operation of Chesapeake Compost Works. With a background in both sustainable agriculture and mechanics, he manages composting staff, maintains equipment, and also conducts sales and marketing to clients.

Advisors

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    Daisy Barquist
    Lawyer
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    Thomas Bevivino
    Accountant
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Previous Investors

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    Vinnie Bevivino
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    Larry Martin
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    Ted Rouse
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