Grants and Collaboration Keep Waste Program Costs Low for Indiana University

Read the full story at Environmental Leader.

The Campus Center at Indiana University has embarked upon a new initiative to keep pre-consumer food waste – that is, the food like melon rinds or vegetables that have gone bad before it ever gets to the consumer – from ending up in the landfill. By working with organizations to haul the food waste and turn it into compost, mulch and soil, the center has begun chipping away at the two tons of food waste it produces each month.

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