The Cabinet Mountains.   

The Cabinet Mountains.

 

About Us

Sean Doty, Owner

Sean started Missoula Compost Collection services in September 2017 with the help and support of his friends and family.  Prior to beginning this L.L.C., Sean completed a service-term for the City of Missoula, and helped co-author Missoula's ZERObyFIFTY; Missoula's Pathway to Zero Waste. This plan was created to serve as a guide to help the community of Missoula reach a goal of 90% waste reduction by 2050. 

Sean attended the University of Montana in Missoula, where he earned a bachelors degree in Environmental Studies, as well as an associates in Applied Science and Sustainable Energy. He has a professional certificate in Home Energy Auditing, as well as a certificate in Recycling Technology.

Sean was born and raised in Missoula, Montana. He remembers composting with his mother in her large garden as a boy. He was always fascinated by the enriched soil created by food scraps and yard waste, and the healthy produce which grew as a result. Sean grew up with a great appreciation for the great outdoors of Western Montana, spending all of his spare time kayaking Montana rivers and climbing in the scenic mountain ranges. This appreciation for the natural environment and sustainable recycling practices were the foundation for his idea to create Missoula's first compost collection service. 

"I want this composting service to be made available to all Missoulians, both commercial and residential, regardless of location. If we are going to improve waste disposal in our city, it will have to be a community effort." - Sean 

 

 Mammoth sunflowers rock!

Mammoth sunflowers rock!

Jen Schuberg, CEO

Jen is the CEO (Compost Executive Officer) for the Missoula Compost Collection LLC. She has a background in public and environmental health, and is excited about getting her community on board with waste diversion. She would like to educate more Missoulians about reducing the city's carbon footprint, and about the negative impacts of methane gas production in local landfills. While she spends most of her time working in the medical field, Jen has contributed many hours to help build our Missoula composting plan. 

"There are so many community health benefits to be had from organic composting, landfill reduction, and urban community gardens. I really hope our plan catches on here in Missoula." - Jen 

 Duke staring at a steak

Duke staring at a steak

Duke the Dog,  Sales Rep

Duke is our Sales Representative at Missoula Compost Collection LLC. He has an impressive background in diverting food scrap waste from the trash can, much to his owner's demise. He likes to spend his spare time rolling in compost and drooling. 

"Ruff." - Duke