Upcoming Webinar – FREE
Learn about opportunities and current regulations regarding organics recycling. Wasted food and other organic debris represents approximately 40% of your waste. Whether you run a conference center, hotel or resort, or are a food processor, distributor, or manufacturer – chances are you can save money while diverting the food portion of your waste stream.
Learn about free resources available to help you create a food waste diversion program.
Caren Harder, CT DEEP Source Reduction & Recycling Group
Will explain the new requirements for managing food waste in Connecticut and share a case study of a Hartford hotel that is running a food waste diversion program.
Kim Trella, CT DEEP, Pollution Prevention
Will provide an overview of the CT Green Lodging program, including how you can earn additional points towards certification by managing food waste.
John Ferguson, Quantum BioPower
Quantum BioPower operates the first anaerobic digester in CT. Hear about the process and how they are opening up new markets for organic recycling.
To register, go to: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/885029d177b97a0e7510d14dfea9e911
Questions to Kim Trella at 860-424-3234 or email@example.com
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