Adrienne Edmands and Paul Kmiotek met on Earth Day in Georgetown in 1996. They have been almost inseparable ever since, and were finally married in June of 2008. They have both been self-employed for many years, and have been looking for a way to join their talents and start their own business.
Adrienne is a native Washingtonian and mother of two grown children. She is a former elementary school teacher, and ran a local trash and recycling collection company for 11 years where she learned the ins and outs of refuse collection.
Paul is a native of Buffalo, NY and relocated to DC in 1989. He worked for the Federal Government for 10 years, but found it to be unrewarding. He has worked as a contractor, doing home improvement in the DC metro area for many years. As Paul and Adrienne brainstormed, they came up with the idea of starting a compostable material collection company. They realized the need for the service and recognized that it would be something they could do together, while helping to protect our planet by redirecting their customers' compostable waste away from landfills and to an appropriate facility.
|Company Name||Fat Worm Compost Collection|
|Business Category||Compost & Food Waste|
|Address||4401-A Connecticut Avenue, NW|
|Hours of Operation||NA|
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