Author: RAMW A new trend of sustainable act, which is called zero-waste cooking is implemented at the beginning of 2019. The act aims to use ‘wasted food’ such as broccoli stems and bruised tomatoes, to establish the trend of reducing
Author: Irvine Civic Center Zero waste tips for restaurants and food services promoted by the City of Irvine. Introducing how to achieve zero waste by reducing, recycling and transformation. Click here to view the website: Zero Waste for Restaurants and
Author: Circular CoLab The State of the Circular Economy in America delivers the first United States focused scan of the Circular Economy landscape. By providing an analysis of 202 United States based Circular Economy initiatives, this report offers concrete examples
Author: SERA, Skumatz Economic Research Associates, INC. Pay As You Throw (PAYT) programs (also known as volume-based, or variable rate programs) charge residents for collection of their solid waste in relation to the volume of trash they set out for
Author: United States Environmental Protection Agency This EPA webpage is a guide for builders, construction teams and design practitioners to divert construction and demolition (C&D) materials from disposal. It covers buying used and recycled products, practicing source reduction, preserving existing
Author: Zero Waste New York Click here to view the document: A-Comparison-of-Single-and-Multi-Stream-Recycling-Systems-in-Ontario-Canada
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