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How To Deal With Theme Park Food-Related Trash

As theme parks welcome more and more visitors each year, they also welcome more waste, specifically food waste. With so much waste ending up in the trash, the labor cost involved in managing that waste and the lost revenue of the food that could have been sold, the...

Bacteria and big data: Food waste meets its high-tech match

Food waste is one seriously smelly dilemma for anyone serving a large amount of people on a daily basis. But the creative minds at Chestnut Ridge, N.Y.-based BioHiTech have come up with a modern-day solution to this age-old problem. Whatever you do, just don’t call it...

A Measurable Impact

Each year, an estimated 133 billion pounds of food that farmers grow never makes it to our plates and tons of it ends up in landfills, where it emits methane, a greenhouse gas. This is food waste, caused by inefficiencies occurring at every step of the food chain from...

Cutting and Dicing Food Waste with Technology

For years now, the hotel industry has had a vision for a more sustainable future. While the industry grows and evolves it continuously considers its impact on the natural and cultural environment, provides benefits to society, attracts and develops local workforces,...

Changing the Perception of Waste Disposal

In an effort to transform the waste disposal industry, Entsorga West Virginia, LLC (Entsorga WV) will be the first to introduce its proprietary system of Mechanical Biological Treatment (MBT) to the US. This technology has been successfully deployed throughout Europe,...