Picture a pile of apple cores, chile skins, potato peelings and other food scraps as high as Mount Everest (29,000 feet).
That’s how much waste Reunity Resources hopes to divert from the landfill during the first year of a new recycling program set to kick off in March. The organization plans to convert 2 million pounds of waste from restaurants, hotels and institutions into nutrient-rich compost.
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