Get a 20-Pack of Compost Bags

Send us a picture of how you store your food scraps.

Empty cookie jar. Water pitcher. Unused ice bucket. Tupperware. Refrigerator. Yesterday’s newspaper. Paper grocery bags. Just about every Seattle resident has their own unique way of storing kitchen food scraps before they go in the curbside food and yard waste cart.

Whatever you’re doing, it’s working. Last year, Seattle residents helped turn 35,000 tons of leftovers into compost for local parks and gardens.

From now through September 6, send us a picture showing how you store your leftover food scraps in your home, and each week we’ll reward the best entry with a 20-pack of Glad Compostable Kitchen Bags.