Monday Buffet

Here’s NPR’s second story of the week relating to food recovery. I’m a source in this one!

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Massachusetts is clearing some red tape to pave the way for more anaerobic digestion. Wicked awesome!

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Meanwhile, the UK’s largest AD facility just opened in Staffordshire.

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This story on Malaysian restaurateurs’ responses to food waste provides real fodder for making an ethical argument against it.

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In an article on K.C. composting, the National Restaurant Association’s Chris Moyer provided a perspective we should and will see more in the coming years:

“Waste in general is not being viewed as waste any more,” the NRA’s Moyer said. “It’s a potential resource to be recovered.”

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