These businesses and institutions have implemented successful wasted food diversion programs. From food rescue to composting, these stories speak for themselves.
Kneads Bakery, Café, and Mill worked with CET to expand their waste reduction efforts.
In 2016, a class project at Middlebrook Middle School inspired their cafeteria’s food waste diversion program and transformed the Wilton School District.
The Gardner Ale House diverts wasted food for pig feed. The restaurant’s owner, Rick Walton, worked with the Center for EcoTechnology to find a way to easily and cost-effectively divert his wasted food.
The Sheraton Hotel at Bradley International Airport took advantage of technical assistance through CET to create an effective composting program.
The University of Massachusetts, Amherst, worked with the EPA Food Recover Hierarchy to divert wasted food in the most responsible way possible.
America’s Food Basket has a strong partnership with its hauler, CERO Coop, ensuring success at every level of its operation.