TAKING THE HOT AIR OUT

Making sustainability a reality

Alone we achieve little, together we can achieve so much” – Helen Keller

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Source separation is THE most economical and environmentally responsible way to divert food waste.
Once separated, there are many options:

Charities

Charities

P2P have facilitated diversion of food from major retail outlets to assist local
charities

Dehydration

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Sewer

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Anaerobic Digestion

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Value Adding

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Land Application

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Animals

Animals

Chickens, Cows and Pigs

 

BUT WHICH METHOD IS BEST?

Well, there is much regulation and legislation governing all of these methods, and most of the time it is an ‘all depends’ response. Based on type and volume of waste, location, and other factors such as proximity to other facilities and process that could utilise your resource. What you really need to know is how much hot air is being made – either by the sales person of a piece of technology, or a landfill.

But the waste hierarchy is pretty clear. The lower order priorities emit more green house gases or use more energy due to additional process or transport to and from place of generation, to processing, then to final destination.

If still fit for human consumption, it should be re-used. And if something else could be done to make it available for the human consumption market it should – after all, it has taken a great many resources to get it to grow, harvest, process and get it to where it is. 

The next best option if no longer fit for human consumption is to go straight to animals if allowed. 

Plate to Paddock completing the nutrient cycle

People are increasingly keen to know where food comes from – and where it goes to.

If you are interested, please contact us.