Building Collection Infrastructure for Composting: Success in the Worcester, Massachusetts Area





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In this session, we will learn about EPA's Food Recovery Challenge (FRC) and success stories from our partners.
The webinar will feature the project team that initiated the collection infrastructure to bring commercial hauling of source separated organics to a composting facility in the Worcester, Massachusetts area. The city has a population of 181,045 and is home to 10 colleges and universities and a major medical center and teaching hospital. The team worked together to address the need for source separated organics hauling and E.L Harvey now provides that service to Big Y's Worcester area stores as well as other local businesses and institutions.
Center for EcoTechnology(CET) a non-profit environmental organization providing environmental education and technical assistance to businesses
Big Y Supermarket a privately owned 60 store Supermarket chain in Massachusetts and Connecticut
EL Harvey Inc., a full service waste hauling, transfer, and scrap recycling operation

For more information about EPA's Food Recovery Challenge, go to http://www.epa.gov/wastes/conserve/sm...

For more about EPA: http://www.epa.gov/
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