Join us as Dan Martens of Novamont will discuss the keys to a successful food waste diversion and composting program.
Organics provide the largest opportunity to increase Connecticut waste diversion. According to the 2015 waste composition study, over 926,000 tons of readily compostable organics were disposed, or nearly 40 percent of total MSW disposal. This includes over: 519,000 tons of food waste; 56,000 tons of yard waste (e.g., branches and stumps, prunings and trimmings); 100,000 tons of leaves and grass; and 249,000 tons of compostable paper (e.g., uncoated paper cups and plates, paper food cartons, napkins and paper towels).
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