We know that collecting food scraps in a kitchen composter is a good idea, but what happens after you’ve gathered all of that food waste?
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The city of Phoenix is using the Super Bowl to launch a city-wide effort to reduce food waste.
Sustainable America just launched a new initiative to reduce food waste: I Value Food. It’s a movement designed to provide a fresh look at food waste’s impact and how we can reduce our food waste footprint.
Using food waste to create alternative fuel is old news at this point, but a San Francisco company is changing the game.
Massachusetts and Seattle are both enacting mandatory composting laws to keep food waste out of landfills.
Did you know that you can’t recycle paper once it has food grease on it? On college campuses, that means tons of cardboard headed to landfills. Enter: The Pizza Box Project.
Last year, they ate bugs. This year, they’re turning compostables into projectiles. All to benefit school gardens. The folks at REAL School Gardens are at it again.
Is composting food waste the end all solution to our food waste problem? It’s complicated.
Want to know how to compost? It may sound intimidating, but it’s surprisingly easy if you break it down into 5 simple steps. Composters, start your engines!
There’s really only so much that we can do as individuals to curb our food waste. Businesses need to step up, and they need help.
Getting the most out of food is always a worthwhile goal, whether you’re buying it in bulk at a big warehouse or growing your own in a backyard microfarm. One way to get more use out of inedible food waste is to use it for composting- and the article below, reprinted from EDB’s sister site, […]
We’ve written a lot about ways to reduce food waste, but it bears repeating now that spring is bringing us the good stuff.
We’ve shared the scary food waste statistics. Here are three entrepreneurial companies with creative approaches to addressing this ridiculous, yet serious, issue.