LA Metro’s plan is to reach a 2030 zero emission target and retain environmental attributes by selling credits earned by dispensing and using RNG.
The duo will support business growth and job creation while enhancing national security and protecting the environment.
Applications for grants of up to $100,000 are open through January 31, 2019.
The James Beard Foundation recently launched a multiyear initiative to help eliminate food waste and adopt more sustainable food policies.
More than 600 sanitation employees were included in the event, as well as 450 newly graduated sanitation workers.
The city’s Circular Charlotte model would use waste to potentially create hundreds of new jobs and significant revenue by 2040.
The agreement attempts to better educate Americans on the impacts and importance of reducing food loss and waste.
The county selected Burns & McDonnell to help develop infrastructure, programs and policies to guide solid waste management for the next 25 years.