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Students are back on campus and that means everything from late-night study sessions to homecoming games.
It also means that your trash receptacles are going to start filling with all the uneaten food these activities leave in their wake.
The… Read more
Landfilling, incineration, windrowing, and on-site composting are four food scrap management options available to universities, schools, restaurants, and facilities that generate food scraps in their operations every day. There are benefits and disadvantages to each of these options, and you… Read more
Each year, nearly 35 million tons of food scraps are tossed out in America alone. This represents roughly 1/2 of everything we are burying within landfills.
However, with eco-awareness on the rise, a growing percentage of this waste… Read more
Composting is a process that takes raw, seemingly unusable food scraps and transforms them into a valuable commodity through the process of aerobic digestion. It’s a process that doesn’t take long to complete and when it’s… Read more
Unless King Midas has enrolled as a freshman or given your university a large endowment, there is a good chance your institution is looking for ways to trim expenses and streamline food service operations to be more profitable. It’s… Read more
Anyone that has ever watched Animal House knows that there is a lot of food in the college cafeteria that simply gets thrown about and thrown away. We’d like to think that if Senator Bluto Blutarski… Read more