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Reducing Food Waste and Increasing Organics Diversion and recovery in Municipal Programs (Part II)

2018-03-12 18:27:22| Waste Age

Topics in this session include: San Jose's residential food scraps to animal feed pilot Food waste: tackling number one Successful multi-family food scrap collection yes, it can be done The straight dish on food recycling in the city of Manteca Cli

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