Welcome to the Westchester Rain Barrel & Compost Bin Sale!

Order your compost bin, rain barrel, and other accouterments now and pick up at one of three places/times on October 21st.

Westchester County Government is excited to offer our Fall 2023 Community Compost Bin and Rain Barrel Sale. Backyard Composting is an excellent way to reduce trash going to the waste-to-energy facility and make your own compost! Rain Barrels can help reduce water costs and provide a natural source of water for plants and gardens.

Please explore our site to see what is being offered at this community sale. Because we are purchasing in bulk, we are able to offer compost bins, rain barrels, and accessories at greatly reduced prices.

The deadline for placing orders is Friday, October 20th at 12:00 noon.


4:00pm - 5:00pm in New Rochelle
New Rochelle High School
265 Clove Road
New Rochelle, NY 10801
(parking lot off Clove Rd intersecting Parcot Ave)

For New Rochelle pickup questions contact:
Nicole D. Forman Cell: (551) 333-3116
Email: hynrcompostersale@gmail.com

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Why Compost?

Organic waste comprises thirty percent of household trash going into Westchester incinerators, where it has no chance to decompose and offers very little BTU value. Homeowners who compost not only extend the life of our incinerators and reduce the cost of collecting household garbage, but also recycle the nutrients in organic waste to create a valuable soil amendment for their gardens.

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About Westchester County

Why Compost

Westchester County, located in the heart of the historic Hudson Valley, covers 500 square miles and has a population of just under a million. Originally home to Native Americans, who were members of the Lenape tribe, it is today a rich mix of many cultures and landscapes. The County is a blend of bustling cities, quaint villages and picturesque towns as well as open spaces and a network of beautiful parks. Westchester is made up of 6 cities, 19 towns and 20 villages. Westchester County is known for top-notch public schools, and a high quality of life. The County is also an intellectual capital, boasting a highly educated workforce, competitive colleges and universities, Fortune 500 companies, world changing non-profits, and cutting-edge research centers. Westchester is led by County Executive George Latimer, who took office in January 2018 as the ninth County Executive. Using inclusion and openness as a foreground, Latimer is fighting to make Westchester a destination for all people to live, work and enjoy. Learn more about Westchester County by visiting www.westchestergov.com