Source Separated Organics

Governments at the national, state and local levels are reviewing waste management practices from a more integrated perspective.  Landfill space is being reduced, costs to dispose of waste are rising and the amount of MSW we are producing will escalate with the certain rise in population growth, impacting the urban city the most. The challenges are local but they have global implications.

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Organics waste can represent over 30% of the waste stream. Regulations at the state and municipal level are targeting organics waste as the next commodity for recycling. Some States are providing incentives to collect organics and others are mandating it. There is no question that facility providers will need to be prepared to accommodate Source Separated Organics in the not so distant future.

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Our commercial compost partners are essential to the success of our layered approach to organics diversion and recovery. Source separated organics are clean and nutrient rich. SSO is an essential part of the feedstock that compost facilities require to make nutrient rich compost available for retail sale. Sending SSO to commercial compost facilities is the most efficient use of this valuable commodity.

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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 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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Organics waste can represent over 30% of the waste stream. Regulations at the state and municipal level are targeting commercial businesses and other large generators of waste to ban 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 customers, constraints on space to accommodate additional source separation infrastructure and the potential costs are challenges for many businesses.

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