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April 21, 2021

The Food Waste Impact on Earth Day

The LFC biodigesters saved 26,700 tonne CO2e in 2020Customers using our biodigesters diverted 6300 tonne (14 million lb) of organic waste from the landfill in 2020.That is equivalent to driving an average passenger car in the US 106 million km (66 million miles) or the CO2e created by the energy used by 4800 homes in the US per year.

April 15, 2021

Achieving Zero Food Waste in the Education Sector

U.S. school food waste amounts to 530,000 tons each year, creating 1.9 million MTCO2e of greenhouse gases. We review the hurdles to stopping food waste, costs, preventative measures, and long term solutions in the K-12 and higher education market.

March 29, 2021

Lowering Prison Costs with Sustainable Food Waste Management

Some states now require that organizations find alternatives for the disposal of food waste other than sending it to a landfill. This makes it even more imperative that organizations of any scale commit to finding less impactful ways of disposing of food waste. You should be aware of each solution’s unique advantages and costs before you make an investment. 

March 22, 2021

Webinar Reveals Maldives Moving towards Sustainability

Some states now require that organizations find alternatives for the disposal of food waste other than sending it to a landfill. This makes it even more imperative that organizations of any scale commit to finding less impactful ways of disposing of food waste. You should be aware of each solution’s unique advantages and costs before you make an investment. 

March 15, 2021

How Senate Bill 1383 Affects California Businesses

If you’re going to make a decision to divert your food waste and reduce your carbon footprint, then it makes sense to choose the option with the lowest environmental impact. Consider these six reasons anaerobic digesters aren’t necessarily the most environmentally friendly option for the disposal of food waste.

March 8, 2021

Choosing the Best Solution for the Disposal of Your Food Waste

Some states now require that organizations find alternatives for the disposal of food waste other than sending it to a landfill. This makes it even more imperative that organizations of any scale commit to finding less impactful ways of disposing of food waste. You should be aware of each solution’s unique advantages and costs before you make an investment. 

March 1, 2021

Six Reasons Anaerobic Digesters Aren’t as Environmentally Friendly as You Think

If you’re going to make a decision to divert your food waste and reduce your carbon footprint, then it makes sense to choose the option with the lowest environmental impact. Consider these six reasons anaerobic digesters aren’t necessarily the most environmentally friendly option for the disposal of food waste.

February 24, 2021

Three Reasons Why Sustainability Matters in the Kitchen

During unconventional times, sustainability is a key strategy to staying afloat and in some cases ahead of the competition. We’ve summarized our experience and findings into three reasons why you should focus on building sustainability in your commercial and campus kitchen.

February 16, 2021

How Food Waste Impacts the Ocean

Most people are familiar with the impact that food waste has on landfills. Food waste accounts for 3 billion tons of carbon emissions annually. In the United States, it accounts for 18% of the country’s methane pollution, a greenhouse gas that’s 87 times more potent than carbon dioxide. However, the impact that food waste has on the ocean has worse lingering effects.

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