|Overall Rating||Silver - expired|
|Submission Date||Feb. 6, 2013|
University of Louisville
OP-T2-8: PostConsumer Food Waste Composting
|0.25 / 0.25||
[former] Director of Purchasing
Does the institution have a postconsumer food waste composting program?:
A brief description of the postconsumer food waste composting program:
We have just recently begun a post-consumer food waste composting program at our residential dining facility. All food scraps are placed on a conveyor with the dishes and are sorted when they arrive in the dish room. In our other main dining location, the Student Activities Center Multipurpose Room, we have also begun collecting post-consumer food waste when volunteers are available to staff a scrape station.
The percentage of overall meals for which postconsumer composting is available:
The percentage of meal plan meals for which postconsumer composting is available:
The percentage of retail facilities for which postconsumer composting is available:
The percentage of conference meals for which postconsumer composting is available:
The website URL where information about the composting program is available:
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