Welcome to Curby’s

We want to thank our new customers for joining Curby’s. We have been pleasantly surprised by the response that we have received for our service.

Our mission is simple. Every day we strive to make composting as easy as possible for everyone by providing a sustainable approach to managing waste.

In the words of Eleanor Roosevelt, “One’s philosophy is not best expressed in words; it is expressed in the choices one makes.”


Join the Bucket Brigade

 Get the hottest bucket in town! 

Compost Bucket

Curbside Composting Has Arrived

Curby’s Compost Service is now open for business.

Our goal is to make composting easier for the residents of southeastern Wisconsin. Please join us in this exciting new opportunity.


  • Step #1: Sign up
    • Your 5-gallon bucket will be delivered to your door
  • Step #2: Fill up
    • We take all fruit and vegetable scraps! No plastic, metal, glass or rubber
  • Step #3: Pick up
    •  Place your bucket curbside and we’ll replace it with a clean bucket

It’s that simple!

WE OFFER AFFORDABLE RATES:   $14.95 per month

  • One 5-gallon compost bucket with weekly pick up for just $14.95 per month
  • Quotes can be obtained for larger container sizes and business accounts
  • No credit card needed – we provide a monthly bill


We pick up your bucket between 7AM and 5PM at the curb. You will be notified of your collection day when you receive your bucket.


Currently we are offering our services within these communities and zip codes:

Bayside, Brookfield, Brown Deer, Butler, Cedarburg, Fox Point, Germantown, Glendale, Grafton, Menomonee Falls, Mequon, Milwaukee, Richfield, River Hills, Shorewood, Thiensville, Wauwatosa and Whitefish Bay.

53005, 53007, 53012, 53017, 53022, 53024, 53027, 53033, 53037, 53045, 53051, 53072, 53076, 53080, 53086, 53092, 53095, 53097, 53122, 53146, 53206, 53209, 53210, 53211, 53212, 53216, 53217, 53218, 53222, 53223, 53224, 53225, 53226

Please contact us if you don’t see your community listed.


Vegetable scraps – fruit scraps – tea bags – coffee grounds and filters – old flowers – grass cuttings – bedding plants – egg shells – nuts and nut shells – corn cobs and stalks – egg and cereal boxes – corrugated cardboard – twigs and hedge clippings – straw and hay – ashes from wood and paper – unprocessed wood chippings – wool – cotton threads and string – feathers – vacuum bag contents – toilet and kitchen roll tubes – tissues, paper towels and napkins – shredded paper


Meat and dairy products – cooking oil – rice – bread products – diseased plants – heavily coated or printed paper – dog poo, cat litter or soiled diapers – used personal products soiled with human blood or fluid.