ctofis2In an attempt to shame residents of their city, a new Seattle law will levy a fine on homes that do not properly sort food out of their garbage. Emblazoned with a red citation tag, violators will start to be fined anywhere from $1-$50 in July. For now, Seattle residents will be publicly shamed by the ‘Scarlet Letter’-like tags.  The tags are part of, what the city calls, a “public education campaign.” In an interview with NPR, Watkins details how he goes about enforcing the draconian statute: The ultimate goal of the law is to boost composting while reducing greenhouse gasses: More