News from Mary Mazzoni
This California brewery has diverted more than 51,000 tons of waste from local landfills and recently earned a platinum seal of approval from the U.S. Zero Waste Business Council.
News from Chase Ezell
Food waste converted to energy? The state of Massachusetts just passed a law, effective October 1, aimed at doing just that. The mandate requiring ‘large institutions’ to recycle (compost) food waste is said to effect approximately 1,700 colleges, high schools, ...
Quick Bit from Chase Ezell
You may have heard the term ‘zero waste’ used recently. For many businesses and consumers, the term is usually met with a degree of skepticism. ‘No waste? – that’s pie in the sky talk’ they say. But while the naysayers ...
Feature from Mary Mazzoni
We all have a role to play in the food waste problem — and the solution, according to 'American Wasteland' author Jonathan Bloom. Read our Q&A with Bloom, and get his tips for reducing food waste.
News from Kathryn Sukalich
The U.S. Composting Council has completed their Million Tomato Compost Campaign to help community gardens nationwide improve their soil and provide fresh produce for local food pantries.
Regardless of where you live — or how accessible composting is — you can still implement its principles into your daily life with these three tips.
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.
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.