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Written by Guest on February 10, 2012in Low Carbon Diet - 0 Comments
Submitted by Rick Panfil, General Manager
Composting food scraps from kitchen prep is a no-brainer — an easy way to recycle soil fertility. But recycling the scrapings from diners’ plates is another story.
That’s why Bon Appétit at Oberlin College in Oberlin, OH, invested in a Somat Pulper, a system that grinds both pre and post-consumer food so it can be sent to a Class Two licensed municipal facility to become compost. In the future, they hope to also collect the bioplastic utensils that are often accidentally thrown into the compost bin. Continue…
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