The Evolution Of New York City’s Big!Compost
BIG!Compost recently installed a GORE cover system at its 10,000 sq ft community composting operation located under the Queensborough Bridge.

The story of how a three-bin composting system in a community garden evolved into a full-fledged community composting facility on track to process over 300 tons of residential food scraps in 2015. Part III
Louise Bruce
BioCycle March/April 2014, Vol. 55, No. 3, p. 66

Greenmarkets Facilitate Food Scraps Diversion In NYC
New York City residents have an opportunity to recycle food scraps at weekly Greenmarkets. Currently, 35 of the 54 Greenmarkets have drop-off sites.

A range of collaborative programs involving city agencies and community composters has helped increase the diversion of household food scraps.
Part II
Nora Goldstein

Why New York City Community Composters Are Critical To City-Wide Implementation
New York City Food Waste & Community Composting

We welcome your thoughts on this emerging discourse about how the largest city in the U.S. can divert residential food waste from disposal …

Commercial Food Waste Recovery In New York City
Sorters at a transfer station operated by Royal Waste in New York City remove contaminants from commercial food waste.

Project by the Global Green USA’s Coalition for Resource Recovery is establishing design criteria that food waste recovery facilities must meet to be technically feasible, economically viable and environmentally sound.
Diane Greer
BioCycle December 2012, Vol. 53, No. 12, p. 41

BioCycle World
BioCycle World

BioCycle April 2012, Vol. 53, No. 4, p. 6
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