/ Kante has missed the last two matches (Picture: Getty)The Frenchman was left in London as Chelsea made their trip to the east coast of America and he’s been working on his fitness while his team-mates are Stateside.AdvertisementAdvertisementMaurizio Sarri did not give a press conference after his side’s 3-1 win against the New England Revolution as he was feeling unwell.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalThe Italian had to pull out of an event the day before due to sickness and he does not want to pass it on to his squad.Chelsea will run scans on Loftus-Cheek on their return to London but they fear the midfielder is out of the final in Azerbaijan.MORE: Atletico Madrid interested in signing Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette in summer transfer Read More N’Golo Kante is winning his race to be fit for the Europa League final (Picture: Rex)Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante expects to be fit for the Europa League final against Arsenal.The Frenchman limped out of Chelsea’s final home game of the season against Watford with a hamstring injury and has missed the last two games.Chelsea played a charity game in Massachusetts on Wednesday night and lost Ruben Loftus-Cheek to injury with the midfielder wearing a protective boot on his way out of the Gillette Stadium.With Loftus-Cheek now likely to miss the Baku final, Maurizio Sarri will be desperate to get Kante back in time and the Daily Mail report he’s winning his fitness battle.ADVERTISEMENT 1/1 Top articles Metro Sport ReporterThursday 16 May 2019 8:38 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link526Shares PLAY Advertisement Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Coming Next About Connatix V67539 Read More Comment Read More 1 min. story N’Golo Kante winning race to be fit for Chelsea’s Europa League final clash against Arsenal by Metro Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip Read More Read More Skip Ad Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Video Settings SPONSORED Full Screen Advertisement
Facebook0Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Thurston County Solid Waste The organics collection programs in Thurston County have gone through several changes over the past few years. This left many residents and businesses confused about what can go in their organics collection bins. To clear things up, Thurston County, the City of Olympia, and LeMay recently adopted the same list of acceptable items. So now, no matter where you live or work, or who picks up your organics, the items you can put in your bin are the same. These items fall into three basic groups:Food scraps are one category of organics that can be collected curbside. The full list has been recently updated.Yard and wood waste including grass, branches, leaves, plant waste, and clean lumber scraps.Food waste and plate scrapings including fruits, vegetables, bread, dairy, eggs, meat, bones, seafood, and shells.Un-coated food-soiled paper and shredded paper including paper napkins, towels, coffee filters, and pizza boxes. Shredded paper should be put in a paper bag.Building a more Resilient Organics Collection SystemDuring the last five years, the number of communities in the Northwest that collect yard and food waste to be composted grew dramatically. This huge amount of additional material caused an increase in contamination and odor problems at some composting facilities. As a result, some of these facilities shut down or put restrictions on the kinds of materials they would accept. Recently, these major changes in the composting industry started to create challenges for local organics collection programs, especially for schools and businesses.“To ensure the long-term success of our organics collection programs, Thurston County, the City of Olympia, and LeMay worked together to find new and more diverse outlets for our materials” said Thurston County Solid Waste Reduction Specialist Peter Guttchen. “This more decentralized and resilient system will help us sustain and grow our organics programs as the composting industry in our region and across the nation changes and matures.”Currently about 60% of the organics delivered to the WARC are hauled to Silver Springs Organics near Rainier to be composted into high quality products. About 35% of the material is burned in industrial furnaces or is directly land-applied as mulch on area farms. The remaining 5% is trucked to composting facilities in Eastern WA and in Snohomish County. These facilities are designed to safely compost the organics from restaurants, schools, and other places that generate a lot of food-soiled paper and food waste.For more informationTo download and print a list of what you can put in your organics bin to post on your fridge at home or in your business, click here. Also, watch your mailbox. A detailed chart of acceptable organics will be included in Talking Trash which will be delivered to every Thurston County household in November. You’ll also find lists of what can go in your recycling and organics bins in LeMay’s upcoming utility bill inserts. Information about the City of Olympia’s recycling and collection services can be found here.