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An effort to show how much food is put into our waste stream--and ways to show how that can be changed!!

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Storage & Organization Ideas for Recycling Centers Try Composting Purchase a countertop compost bin or make your own from a small, lidded trash bin. After each meal, transport refuse to a large outdoor container, where the natural material can decompose. Compost Bucket, Composting 101, How To Make Compost, Making Compost, Kitchen Waste, Recycling Center, Garden Compost, Vegetable Garden, Yard Waste

Storage & Organization Ideas for Recycling Centers

Recycling paper, plastic, glass, and other items is an essential part of making your home greener. Implement these easy tips to quickly sort, store, and transport your recyclable items. Going green has never looked better!

This is what got us started at The Bokashi Bucket–food waste. Not only do we waste energy, time and labor producing food that will never be eaten, we create awful environmental impacts by simply throwing it away–using up increasingly scarce landfill space

The Bokashi Bucket - The easy and clean way to compost your food waste! NO foul smell. NO mess. NO pests.

Each of us individually can truly make an impact--one family using Bokashi Buckets over the course of a year literally is has the same effects on greenhouse gas reduction as planting two trees, plus they will create about 50 lbs of topsoil and keepabout 70-80 lbs of foodwaste from going into the waste stream. It truly is a win-win-win situation!

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Beef roast is one of those versatile foods that can be used in many delicious ways! Here are some tasty tips and recipes for using that leftover roast! Cooking Roast Beef, Roast Beef Recipes, Rib Recipes, Chicken Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Recipies, Roast Beef Hash, Roast Beef Salad, Cooking Tips

Using Leftover Roast Beef - Recipes And Ideas For Using Pot Roast

Pot roast is a versatile food that can be used in many tasty ways! Here are tasty tips and leftover roast beef recipes for using your leftover pot roast!

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The Bokashi Bucket harnesses the power of beneficial microbes in our Bokashi Activator Mix and a process called anaerobic (no oxygen) fermentation to break down your food waste. Urban Gardening, Organic Gardening, Bokashi, Waste Disposal, Bread Cake, Cake Icing, Food Waste, Superfood, Compost

The Bokashi Bucket - The easy and clean way to compost your food waste! NO foul smell. NO mess. NO pests.

Composting shouldn't be a drag. The Bokashi Bucket home composting system is an easy and clean way to compost all of your food scraps right inside your home. There are no foul smells and no mess. Turn your waste into superfood for your garden, lawn or house plants, while playing a crucial role in reducing landfill waste. Bonus! Minimum waste. Maximum Joy

Converting food waste into organic fertilizer is a sustainable way for food waste disposal. It makes detailed analysis on food waste organic fertilizer making Belize, Fudge, Israel Food, Food Waste, Food Industry, Cooking Oil, Japanese Food, Food Truck, Paella

Farther Afield: Seattle Bans Food Waste - Freshkills Park

Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) has recently added a $1 fine for having more than 10% of a household’s trash composed of food waste. Passed on January 1, 2015, this comes as the next step in Seattle’s attempt to remove compostable materials from ending up in landfills, following the city’s previous 2005 ban on recyclable materials […]

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Composting shouldn't be a drag. The Bokashi Bucket home composting system is an easy and clean way to compost all of your food scraps right inside your home. There are no foul smells and no mess.

The Bokashi Bucket - The easy and clean way to compost your food waste! NO foul smell. NO mess. NO pests.

Composting shouldn't be a drag. The Bokashi Bucket home composting system is an easy and clean way to compost all of your food scraps right inside your home. There are no foul smells and no mess.

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What's wrong with our food system? | Engineering For Change

Here's a fact that may surprise you: As many as 80 percent of the people who don't have enough to eat work directly in food production. The number of hungry people in the world may also come as a surprise: one in seven. That's almost 1 billion people who go hungry every day. To fix

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Tammy’s Top Ten (t3 report) Tips for Less Food Waste

It’s not a problem in my home with three growing boys but when it does happen, it’s typically around food items like a tub of sour cream – purchased as an ingredient for one recip…