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U.S. Needs to Advance Compost Infrastructure to Mitigate Climate Change

2024-02-20 15:53:01| Waste Age

Even as more U.S. cities and states launch compost programs, there is still too much waste that could be composted, including food and packaging. With this, we are throwing away one of the best ways to mitigate climate change.


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