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Recycling food waste in the City Beautiful

by The 100 Companies

In the United States, uneaten food, or food waste, is the single largest component of municipal solid waste. It’s extremely harmful to the environment, as food breaks down into methane, a greenhouse gas that’s 86 times more powerful than carbon dioxide.

Thankfully, the City Beautiful is committed to making it easy for residents to recycle food waste. There are several drop-off locations, free backyard composters and so many other resources, empowering just about anyone to contribute to the effort — from the most experienced professional chefs to everyday health nuts making their 10th smoothie this week.

To learn more, click here.

– Aly Coleman, On 3 Public Relations

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