Founder Feature: Ben Bessler of The Local Compost

07/08/2021 by No Comments

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Founder Feature: Ben Bessler of Local Compost.

Welcome to the Founder Feature: Ben Bessler of The Local Compost.

The Local Compost is a business that started when Ben was at the Boston Conservatory of Music. He found that a local composter made a better compost and was more than willing to share some of their knowledge and experiences with the community.

Ben spent many years helping local artists on their composting journeys. He is now a co-owner of the Local Compost on its path to becoming a profitable composting business.

Ben’s first year on the Local Compost team was incredibly rewarding. He discovered something about the business and that has changed his life forever. Through that team, and the help of many local volunteers, he learned about how much composting matters for our environment, and how much composting makes for a cleaner world.

Ben wanted to do the right thing and found the right person to help him make that happen. His journey is one of gratitude and joy.

Ben wanted to make the world a better place, and he’s had that chance, whether through work with The Local Compost or on his own. He’s a passionate communicator, and his stories will inspire and pull people in.

Ben decided to share his story. This is the first of four posts and Ben will continue on from here.

Welcome to Ben’s post about his experience starting the Local Compost.

Ben’s journey from being at the Boston Conservatory of Music to starting up The Local Compost was nothing short of amazing.

Ben was always the kind of person that the Conservatory wanted to be around. There was nothing to hide from him. Ben was ambitious and made sure to have those goals set each year. There were very few classes that didn’t give you an A+ – which was just the beginning. He was hard on himself and wanted to be a student that they could call a leader. He worked very hard, he got involved in everything that he could. He wanted to make a big difference; he wanted to do something for the community.

Meet the MSV Grant recipient HydroLabs!

I have been using Hydro LABels for some years now for a couple of different purposes, the first time when I needed a bit of a kick in the ass to get some tasks done, the second time for some additional software testing as I had found that I was building up a little too much of the data set for my final analysis. Well, I have now used it over 40 times! I also have to say that I have never seen a better software tool for comparing and analyzing data, and for data warehousing, you always want to use something like this.

I just thought I would write my thanks to the folks from HydroLabs for giving me a good excuse to use (and build upon) their product. It was a little long ago, but I always looked to go the the “big fish” database for some of my analysis needs, so for the sake of this post, I am going to go and check out their site and see what a lot of this software has to offer. Before I do that though, I must say that I use HydroLabs for a number of different purposes as well, so I would like to give some proper credits to those folks as well.

It is now possible to aggregate different file types together as well as to have a set of variables, or groups of variables, to be averaged together. So in other words, you can now have different files combined together, like a. flt file and also the average of that file could be calculated. I have created a set of variables that I have taken from the test data and added together in several different ways to see how this effect could be to a group of variables.

One of the ways I have done it is to use a set of formulas that I have previously created and then use a number of different ways to get the results I want. What this has done is let me put together different data sets and then see what the results are for each one. It has also allowed me to put together all of the information that I need to determine my variance in an efficient way.

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