Food Waste Recycling
Food waste is a commonly faced problem by us on our day-to-day life at every home. Food waste can also be recycled into useful resources with organics recycling. The food waste is taken to a special processing plant where it is used to generate electricity to power homes and the local community. It also produces a fertiliser which can be used in farming. When you put your food waste in your rubbish bin it often ends up in landfill, where it rots and releases methane - a harmful greenhouse gas. There are two main processes currently used to recycle food waste namely: In-vessel recycling and anaerobic digestion. Apart from this many other process have been introduced by number of discoveries over years. To know more about the latest innovations and techniques that has been advanced in recycling food waste, join your peers at Recycling conference and learn more about it.