Hack:Trash:NYC, a three-day collaborative competition to reduce waste in New York City, took place this past weekend at Galvanize NY.
Airport officials are seeking Atlanta City Council approval for a 30-year lease with Green Energy and Development Inc.
A total of 5,592 pounds of food waste has been collected at local farmers markets to be composted.
Curbside pickup launched late August following a community outreach campaign and after buckets and carts were dropped off to residents.
CalRecycle helps fund construction, renovation or expansion of facilities in California that recycle organic material into value-added products like compost or renewable energy.
The fire was deep under the compost heap.
The new composting safety tips developed for the “Five to Stay Alive” campaign provide flyers and posters.
The program now processes compost at seven drop-off sites, seven days a week.