Environmentally conscious businesses prioritize sustainability goals, including recycling food scraps as a tangible way to reduce their carbon footprint and achieve zero-waste goals. Composting programs may help achieve LEED points.
Implementing a compost program in your building fosters community engagement, tenant satisfaction, and environmental responsibility, aligning with sustainability goals and helping achieve LEED status.
Students can begin implementing sustainable lifestyle choices by diverting uneaten food scraps from classrooms, cafeterias, and dorms. Reduce the need for frequent garbage collection and provide an additional educational component.
Having a partner to manage both the grains and liquids generated by your operation can save time and money; eliminate the headache of juggling a farmers schedule and butting heads with the water authority.
Working with one contractor to manage your food waste audits and diversion programs can save chain establishments time and money. 47% of diners are willing to spend more at venues with active food waste management programs.