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Orlando, Fla., Seeks to Generate Energy from Food Waste

May 14, 2019

Via: Waste360

The city of Orlando, Fla., is looking to covert food waste, such as banana peels and egg shells, into energy for businesses and residents.

According to a WFTV report, the city already collects food waste from more than 30 companies, but “officials aren’t ready to give food waste bins to every homeowner.” Residents can bring food in a compostable liner to the Lake Eola Farmers Market on Sundays and then throw it in a bin onsite.

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