An international environmental group suggests that reducing Canada’s colossal food waste would be a smart business move and good for the environment. – Bob Weber, The Canadian Press https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2018/04/03/canadians-are-among-the-heaviest-wasters-of-food-on-the-planet-report-finds.html
We recommend viewing this documentary that aired recently on The Passionate Eye! Anthony Bourdain, and other celebrity chefs, help solve the problem of food waste as one-third of all food grown for human consumption ends up in the garbage. http://www.cbc.ca/player/play/1164399683579
Dive Brief: The Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC) has released a new report that estimates more than 256 million metrics tons of organic waste is generated in North America each year. Approximately 75 million metrics tons are processed via composting or anaerobic …
More research confirms: the banana is the king (of supermarket food waste). Worldwide, the amount of food that’s produced but goes uneaten is nearing a staggering 50 percent. And while we know that meat produces the worst, most destructive food waste for the …
Vermistabilization of sewage sludge (biosolids) by earthworms: converting a potential biohazard destined for landfill disposal into a pathogen-free, nutritive and safe biofertilizer for farms Rajiv K. Sinha, Sunil Herat, Gokul Bharambe, Ashish Brahambhatt Griffith School of Engineering (Environment), Griffith University, …
Through both collection fees and high-value end products, it provides a strong financial return and the opportunity to play a major role in a recession-proof growth industry, the recycling of organic residual materials. methodology for organic materials, which are a major environmental, economic and social problem.
Aquatic “dead zones” are a tragic illustration of human beings’ negative impact on the world’s oceans. They are areas so overloaded with pollutants that they have difficulty sustaining any life.