Feeding food waste to animals after it is heat treated and dehydrated and either mixed with dry feed or directly fed
Sandwich Me In, a Chicago restaurant, sends food scrap waste to local chickens and then serves the eggs from the chickens to close the loop.
Quest Resource manages Walmart's waste stream and is able to send 60% of Walmart's organic waste to animal feed, due to a high number of store locations that are close to rural areas.
Composting is the process of transforming organic waste into humus, a critical component of healthy, fertile soil. In rural areas, this can be accomplished by periodically turning large piles, or windrows, of organic waste over themselves using specialized equipment. In more urban areas, Aerated Static Pile (ASP) composting is generally preferred, where piles can be covered and mechanically aerated in order to minimize the site’s footprint and odors.
Transporting food from homes by truck, car, or bicycle to small, community, or neighborhood-level compost facilities that process 2,500 tons per year on average
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