|Submission Date||Dec. 11, 2013|
Nova Scotia Community College
OP-T2-7: Pre-Consumer Food Waste Composting
Facilities & Engineering
Does the institution have a pre-consumer food waste composting program?:
A brief description of the pre-consumer food waste composting program:
All of the NSCC campuses have a composting program and all food waste produced pre-consumer is composted and is picked up on a regular basis by a waste management contractor.
Our metro campuses, Waterfront, Akerley and the Institute of Technology all follow Halifax Regional Municipalities Green Bin program, which composts all food waste including meat waste.
Our Burridge and Shelburne campuses compost all food waste on site and use the compost for their greenhouses.
The overall percentage of meals for which pre-consumer scraps are composted:
The percentage of meal plan meals for which pre-consumer scraps are composted:
The percentage of retail facility meals for which pre-consumer scraps are composted:
The percentage of conference meals for which pre-consumer scraps are composted:
The website URL where information about the composting program is available:
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