One of the largest suppliers of buns in the American Baking Industry, Northeast Foods also makes recycling a daily priority for its business. Glimpse how this Food and Beverage Manufacturer is championing recycling in the industry.
Organic waste recycling can be more complicated than simply composting. From contaminants to composition, there are multiple factors that affect the type of outlet you can use to recycle organic waste, and which outlets will be most cost effective. Black Soldier Fly (BSF) Farms are one type of outlet that can handle more complex organic waste streams. Here are some interesting facts about using Black Solider Flies to recycle organic waste.
It’s the beginning of 2017, and with the New Year, businesses in Vermont will face some mandatory New Year’s Resolutions. Starting July 1 of 2017, anyone who generates 18 or more tons of food waste per year will have to divert this waste if they are within 20 miles of a certified organics facility. This is one of many mandates resulting from Vermont’s 2012 Universal Recycling Law (Act 148).
Employee behavior patterns are at the heart of a company’s recycling program. Therefore, companies looking to increase recycling should also look at changing employee behavior. Here are two specific biases that might be affecting your coworkers’ recycling habits:
At Northstar, we proudly advertise that our company is founded on a core belief in recycling. We believe discarded materials have value, and it is both damaging to our planet as well as financially irresponsible for businesses to landfill reusable resources. Because our mission is to help businesses recycle more and landfill less, we wanted to share some relevant facts we found in this article, by SaveOnEnergy.com, that takes an in depth look at the history of American landfills and their negative effects.