For discussion of the management of unwanted or unusable materials
The Waste reddit
Waste - implies unwanted or unusable materials. The term is often subjective (because waste to one person is not necessarily waste to another) and sometimes objectively inaccurate (for example, to send scrap metals to a landfill is to inaccurately classify them as waste, because they are recyclable).
Examples include municipal solid waste (household trash/refuse), hazardous waste, wastewater (such as sewage, which contains bodily wastes, or surface runoff), radioactive waste, and others.
I am doing a research project on recycling and composting and wanted to get feedback on individual experiences with composting and recycling.
If you can take a look at my survey, I would greatly appreciate it!
If you wonder why grocery stores don't donate more of their unsold and/or soon-to-be expired food, there's an explanation. Most businesses will claim liability concerns about donating older food that has the potential to make people sick. But a law on food donation was actually passed all the way back in 1996, which was meant to protect businesses from litigation and boost food donation. Unfortunately, the law wasn't great, it lacked clarity, and businesses opted to just avoid the risk altogether by chucking their excess food in the trash.
Now the Biden administration has passed the Food Donation Improvement Act, in the hopes it corrects the issues in the old law and results in less wasted food.
The FDIA expands liability protections to cover food that supermarkets sell at reduced prices as well as food donations that go directly to those in need. Previously, the protections applied only to food donations to nonprofits. The FDIA will now make it possible for people to pick up food donations directly from stores, restaurants, or even schools. The new law also requires the USDA to clarify its food donation guidelines regarding business liability, including resolving the issue of confusing “best by” dates.
There are some major improvements in this law, but we can all still help.
Nature, in a recent analysis, found that global food consumption alone could add nearly 1 °C to warming by 2100. It's mission-critical that we reduce food waste wherever and however we can.
Hello everyone, my name is Kate and I am the founder at Marafiki Green Innovation Center, a registered NGO in Uganda. I would love to meet some people here and share ideas. I provided some information on starting a black soldier fly for those of you who may find it helpful. I also have a Youtube channel where I discuss about Black Soldier Fly cultivation and the work our organization is doing.
In case you want to start black soldier fly farming and you can’t find local breeders of black soldier fly to sell you eggs to start. Here are the few steps you need to follow to attract from the female BSF to lay eggs.Prepare an attractant composed of organic waste such as pineapple peelings, banana peelings and oranges garbage.
Mix them into the container and on top of the substrate, place your wooden eggies the medium used to collect BSF eggs then place the attractant outside in shaded place and check after two weeks.Check out my Youtube videos for visual demonstrations and more information. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vbZKVafVVMI&fbclid=IwAR0Ic_2MDEw7doMCuozXEieZRUsUon37e13d5ZYL-7v3AVXU0G8mjNF27a8
At Marafiki every day we are at farms to support our community training and providing BSF start up kits to farmers who wish to start black soldier fly farming. We also provide affordable insect-based protein to poultry farmers and provide work to the orphans, widows and youths. We want to buy a motorbike so we can serve the community better. We will really feel blessed if you can share our videos and support us for 5 dollors the price of a coffee in USA you can make a big difference for us and our farmers and youth. Thanks for the love stay blessed.
Here is our Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=KZHZ4SDLFH2GU&fbclid=IwAR04k7STimg4LzDNsa5N-bKr_Z8BrPujHbE3ddww86iDOJjt7aO2cjJaYzM
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