|Submission Date||Feb. 6, 2013|
Western Washington University
OP-T2-8: PostConsumer Food Waste Composting
Sustainable Dining Coordinator
Does the institution have a postconsumer food waste composting program?:
A brief description of the postconsumer food waste composting program:
Composting containers are placed in strategic locations across campus with specific concentrations in high-use academic buildings, commons areas, and dining facilities. Post-consumer waste constitutes the majority Western’s compostable material and includes food scraps along with biodegradable wrappers, containers, and plant-based dining-ware. Compost and recycling is collected and processed by a local waste management company.
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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