Trends in the Anaerobic Digestion of Food Waste

Anaerobic digestion of food waste and organics has a long history. While the first known anaerobic digester was built in 1859 in Bombay, India, the…

Digging Into Food Waste Recycling Solutions

Last week I was at WasteExpo, the largest annual gathering of the American waste and recycling industry. It was a great show, with booths, vehicles…

Southeast Recycling Conference & Trade Show (SERC): Looking Back and Looking Ahead

I recently spoke at the Southeast Recycling Conference & Trade Show (SERC) on the topic of organics recycling and how technology can help to improve…

Organics Recycling 101: How to Properly Recycle Food Waste

Food waste is the million-ton gorilla in the room. Millions of tons of food go unused in the U.S. every year and one-third of all…

Take Waste Off the Menu: Tips to Help Restaurant Owners Limit Food Waste

There’s something about your menu that you may not have noticed — a lot of it is trash. But it’s not the quality we’re talking…

Compost 2019: A Look Back And A Look Ahead

I recently returned from Phoenix, Arizona where I was selected to speak at Compost 2019, the U.S. Composting Council’s annual conference and trade show, which…