Himalaya: Listen. Learn. Grow.
The Organic Stream
EPISODE SUMMARYOn our journey through the planning stages of multi-residential organics programs, we’ve come across many challenges. But as more and more cities start tackling food waste in their apartment buildings, we’re creating a whole library of experiences, best practices, and successful strategies to learn from. In Episode 3, we begin to take a closer look at the cities leading the way (focusing on Milan and Los Angeles), and explore the key strategies they use that makes them so successful.Links to other episodes in the Series:Episode 1Episode 2Episode 3Episode 4 MADE POSSIBLE BY ecovio FROM BASFecovio is a high-quality and versatile bioplastic of BASF. It is certified compostable and contains biobased content. The main areas of use are plastic films such as organic waste bags, dual-use bags or agricultural films. Furthermore, compostable packaging solutions such as paper-coating and injection molding products can be produced with ecovio. To find more information, visit their website.AND ECOSAFE ZERO WASTEEcoSafe Zero Waste designs and implements cradle to cradle solutions for source separation of organics and recyclables with a focus on diverting organic waste from landfill to commercial compost facilities. We provide our customers with the products and services they need in order to build SUSTAINABLE, SOURCE SEPARATION and DIVERSION programs designed to achieve ZERO WASTE in communities, institutions, businesses, events and at home and in public. For more, visit their website. FEATURED EVENTEcomondo 2015. November 3rd to 6th, 2015. Rimini, Italy.The largest technology platform for the Green and Circular Economy in the Euro-Mediterranean area - and for advanced and sustainable technology for processing and recycling all kinds of waste; treating and reclaiming water, waste water and polluted marine sites; efficient use and transformation of raw and processed materials and the promotion of renewable raw materials. EPISODE SLIDESHOW Title photo by johnwilliamsphd. Some rights reserved.