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Five Easy Steps to Foodservice Recycling A Dockside Guide for the Hospitality Industry

Author: Steel Recycling Institute

RECYCLING has become more than a feel-good activity. Business
owners, facility managers and consumers alike recognize recycling as
an act of environmental and economic stewardship. Recycling growth
has been fueled by the engine of America’s manufacturing industry.
Industries such as aluminum, plastic and paper all depend on recycled
material to produce new products that are viable commodities to be used
again. As foodservice operators and business owners, your environmental
responsibility is integral to your community’s long-term growth. Not only
is recycling good for the environment, it is good for business. You can
further develop your relationship with customers as they learn about
your recycling initiatives, and, in some cases, your business may save
money. The reason to recycle in many cities is quite simple. It is the law.
Cities look to your leadership to provide a separate stream of material
that will be used as feedstock to produce future products.

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