New Jersey’s next frontier in commercial and residential recycling is food waste.
At the Association of New Jersey Recyclers' recent annual conference, EnviroPolitics
spoke with the operator of the state's only licensed organic recycling facility, the CEO
of an international company that would like to build a major organics recycling plant in
the state, and the recycling coordinator for the only town offering household food waste recycling.
We think you'll learn a lot by watching our video interviews (above).
(If the video fails to play after clicking the center arrow, you also can find it here)
Learn more at:
Princeton NJ's Household Food Waste Program
Association of New Jersey Recyclers (ANJR)
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Meet Two New Jersey Recycling Pioneers - Video (Part 2)