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Easy, Practical Solutions

  1. Consult with an expert at no cost to you

  2. Receive customized recommendations

  3. Implement solutions with continued free support

To learn more or get started, contact our hotline at (888) 813-8552 or email wastedfood@cetonline.org.

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Frequently Asked Questions

For businesses and institutions eligible for site visits, CET starts by learning more about your operations through an on-site meeting. This may involve a tour of the premises or conversations with key stakeholders. After the site visit, your food waste expert will conduct research on your behalf and deliver a report with customized recommendations for your organization.

Assistance is available for businesses, institutions, and service providers at no-cost through partnerships with the Environmental Protection Agency, United States Department of Agriculture, various state agencies, municipalities, and private foundations. To learn more about our partnerships, please view Partner with Us page.

CET does not pick up organic material. We will work with your organization to find an appropriate service provider that fits your needs.

Contact one of our wasted food experts at (888) 813-8552 or wastedfood@cetonline.org. We will ask about your organization, any estimates or information about your food waste, and your diversion goals. If applicable, we can schedule an on-site visit.

No, CET is a private non-profit organization  and does not have any regulatory responsibility or authority. CET helps businesses and institutions comply with the ban by providing advice and resources to help you achieve your goals.

We have been a leader in the wasted food reduction and diversion movement for more than 20 years, implementing some of the first wasted food composting programs in the country, and contributing to effective public policy.  We have helped thousands of businesses divert tens of thousands of tons of food waste and other recyclable materials.

Some waste reduction activities may require a financial investment to implement, but we often see that these efforts help organizations save money over time.

In addition to potential financial savings, implementing a food waste diversion program can improve employee morale and job satisfaction, and respond to customer demands for sustainable practices. There are also significant environmental benefits that can help you reach sustainability goals and CET will calculate greenhouse gas emissions savings associated with your actions and can provide you with this data to use in your customer and corporate communications.

We can help take your organization to the next level and will recommend unique approaches to divert even more food waste from landfill, whether by improving the efficiency of your existing program or providing suggestions for supplementary opportunities.

Yes! We know that your business needs and the marketplace will evolve over time. We always try to provide as much assistance as possible during our interaction and will continue to support your organization afterwards.

Get started! Contact us today. 

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