Quick Bit from Mary Mazzoni
Back-alley dumpsters filled with rotting food make the restaurant industry one of the most recognizable areas of food waste — how are they working to change this?
Feature from Paula Felps
The plan for Riverside Park in NYC includes composting toilets that use little to no water.
Tips from Paula Felps
If you’re wondering what to do with that pumpkin now that Halloween's over, fret not — here are a few solutions that will make you, your pumpkin and your planet happy.
News from Mary Mazzoni
Residents, businesses and universities in the New York metro area may soon convert their food waste to electricity thanks to plans for a new processing plant.
Many of us are used to decorating with traditional jack-o-lanterns, but why not try something a bit different this year and opt for a no-carve pumpkin instead? In addition to being faster, no-carve designs will make it much easier to ...
To fight back against landfills swelling with food waste, the Iowa Waste Reduction Center is helping businesses and residents cut back on waste.