Food Waste Bans

Organics waste can represent over 30% of the waste stream. Regulations at the state and municipal level are targeting institutions and other large generators of waste by banning food waste to landfill. The challenge to comply with these regulations can seem overwhelming. Maintaining a clean working environment for the health and safety of employees and patients, constraints on space to accommodate additional source separation infrastructure and the potential costs are challenges for many institutions.

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Organics waste can represent over 30% of the waste stream. Regulations at the state and municipal level are targeting institutions and other large generators of waste by banning food waste to landfill. The challenge to comply with these regulations can seem overwhelming. Maintaining a clean working environment for the health and safety of employees and students, constraints on space to accommodate additional source separation infrastructure and the potential costs are challenges for many institutions.

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Many states across the nation are implementing bans of food waste to landfill and they are starting with commercial businesses. Whether the drive is toward sustainable business decisions or growing regulations, businesses are responding to the challenge by developing robust solid waste management plans.

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