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Zero Waste: Reality or Fantasy?

With more companies and communities diverting waste from landfills, incinerators and waterways, could a zero-waste planet be possible someday?

Aramark Works To Reduce Food Waste

About 30 percent of food in the U.S. is wasted. In 2010, 31 percent of food waste translated to 133 billion pounds of food worth $161 billion. Food waste is the single largest component of trash in municipal landfills. Food sent to landfill gives off methane as it rots, a greenhouse gas with a warming potential 23 times that of carbon. Landfills are the third largest source of methane emissions in the U.S.

Aramark Has a Strong Sustainability Program

Some companies really stand out when it comes to sustainability. Aramark is one of them. The company that provides food services, facilities management and uniforms recently received the 2015 Sustainability Partner Award from Citi. 

Aramark Ushers In New, More Humane Animal Welfare Policy

(3BL/Just Means) A global company that provides food, facilities management and uniforms purchases a big quantity of egg, dairy and meat products from hundreds of suppliers. That company can have an impact on the food industry. Aramark is the company and it has a new set of animal welfare policy pertaining to egg, pork, veal, beef, poultry and dairy products. The company collaborated with the Humane Society of the U.S.

You Reap What You Sow: Top Food Companies Ban Cruel Gestation Crates

"Their suffering is intense, widespread, expanding, systematic and socially sanctioned. And the victims are unable to organize in defence of their own interests." -- Henry Spira, founder, Animal Rights International

ARAMARK to Source Eggs from Cage-Free Hens

ARAMARK adopts socially responsible egg purchase policy in join effort with Humane Society.

RecycleMania 2012: Turning Commitment to Sustainability Into Competition to Recycle

A recycling competition between hundreds of North American colleges helps to stem landfill waste

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