The Ujima Project is coming together to encourage Boston restaurants to support a great locally-owned business: CERO Cooperative


Show your support by making a pledge to buy a gift certificate if they start composting with CERO

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Bon Me: Start composting with CERO and we'll come dine
Bon Me: Start composting with CERO and we'll come dine
place Boston, MA
personUjima Project
$1,225 pledged
$0.00
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Flames: Start composting with CERO and we'll come dine
Flames: Start composting with CERO and we'll come dine
place Boston, MA
personUjima Project
$685 pledged
$0.00
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Legal Sea Foods: Start composting with CERO and we'll come dine
Legal Sea Foods: Start composting with CERO and we'll come dine
place Boston, MA
personUjima Project
$1,600 pledged
$0.00

Here's How Our Dollars Can Make Real Change

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Pledge to buy a gift card if a restaurant hires CERO for its composting needs

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Our pledges give business owners a big incentive to listen to their customers

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If the restaurant agrees, then we fulfill your pledge as a gift card. It's a win-win!

Learn more about CERO

Founded by working class African-American and Latino entrepreneurs from Roxbury and Dorchester, CERO Cooperative creates green jobs, sustainability, and worker-owners in our communities. To date, CERO has recovered more than 2.4 million pounds of organic materials from incinerators and landfills.


CERO Coop is Boston’s only worker-owned commercial composter, ensuring clean, responsible and reliable commercial composting solutions, as well as re-earthing of food waste for local agriculture and providing green jobs in Boston’s underserved neighborhoods.

To expand green jobs and support women-owned, people of color-owned, and community-owned businesses, Boston-based diners can encourage Flames, Bon Me, and Legal Sea Foods to partner with CERO Coop for their composting solutions.