Driving a More Sustainable Future

Sustainability is based on the principle that our livelihood, health, and well-being are directly or indirectly dependent on our natural environment. Therefore, it is imperative that we maintain our natural environment and its ability to support life.

Our mission and vision have always been to increase the circular economy, having as our ultimate aim to minimize waste and valorize resources for the greater good. We have devoted our company and lifetime to sustainability; it is both our passion and motivation. To this day, we continue to be committed to a zero-waste culture that makes efficient use of resources, limits our waste stream, lowers costs, and keeps the support of the communities and businesses in which we operate.

The Importance of Sustainable Organic Waste Solutions

Beyond the negative effects of climate change, landfills can also have other detrimental impacts on air quality and water quality, and they can cause significant health concerns for communities living near them. Sustainable solutions such as composting and anaerobic digestion help reduce greenhouse gas emissions while minimizing harmful impacts on our natural resources.

 

Organic waste recycling and disposal is an integral part of sustainable business operations because it provides many opportunities for collaboration between businesses, communities, governments, and other stakeholders—all parties whose interests align with lowering their environmental footprint while creating more sustainable systems for managing organic materials generated by those businesses’ operations or by consumers who use the products those businesses produce.

Our Commitment to Landfill Diversion

Landfill diversion is a key component of our sustainable waste management strategy. Over our 15 years, we have diverted over 1,060,000,000 pounds of organic waste from landfills.

 

Landfill diversion is crucial because it reduces greenhouse gas emissions by slowing down methane emissions and reducing harmful carbon dioxide emissions. We ensure that as little as possible ends up in landfills by using innovative technologies and strategies so that recyclables can be repurposed instead.

Our Solutions and Services

We understand that sustainable waste management is a growing concern for many companies and organizations. As a result, we have developed a suite of services that support the environmental objectives of our customers.

Animal feed

Animal feed is the largest end use for food waste and food by-products generated by manufacturers.

We have an extensive national network of direct and indirect end users for animal feed.

Beneficial reuse

Beneficial reuse is reusing a material or resource that would otherwise be disposed of in a way that renders it a useful commodity. Generally, discarded materials are by-products of a refinery or chemical process that are typically regarded as waste. When beneficially reused without reclamation, discarded caustics and chemicals are excluded from the category of solid waste and are classified as a product or precious resource under EPA laws.

Upcycling

Similar to beneficial reuse, upcycling is the process of creating something new from waste materials. Our upcycling solutions transform waste materials or useless products into new materials or products of better quality. Upcycling contrasts with recycling, which typically involves converting waste materials into similar virgin materials to be used again, thus avoiding the use of new raw materials and preventing loss of mass from the system.

Energy and Soil Amendment

We currently collect compostable waste from our business, which we then use as an organic fertilizer to reduce the need for soil and fertilizer. This reduces greenhouse gas emissions associated with the production of these materials, while also reducing water pollution caused by runoff into waterways.

Annual Sustainability Reports

We help you to understand the environmental impact of your company’s operations. 

 

Our comprehensive reports include:

 

  • Market studies
  • Trend analysis
  • Quantity
  • Dates of destruction
  • Dates out-of-service
  • CODs (Certificates of Destruction)
  • Commodity rebates
  • Management reports of indirect recyclables
  • Management report of indirect waste
  • Assured destruction report (on-site, off-site, and shared site)

Contact us

Curious to learn how we can help you recycle food waste sustainably? Or perhaps, you are looking for reliable spilloff-free beverage recycling services?

Whatever you need – we would be happy to provide more information about our waste disposal solutions.