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Olympic Organic purchases company

Emu Composting Topsoil, which went bankrupt in February, has been purchased by another Kitsap County company, according to Jeff West, co-founder adn current president of New Day Recycling and the newly opened Olympic Organics.

“Our family has been in Kitsap County for over 40 years, and we’re excited that we’ve been able to fill the hole it left in the community when Emu closed,” said West.

Olympic Organics is a composting and topsoil company for people who want organic compost from materials such as grass, brush, manure, wood wastes and more.

For more information, call 360-638-0117 or go online at www.olympicorganics.net.

 

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