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    trash. There is one recurring theme in most people’s kitchens: food waste. Food waste happens when food is intentionally discarded at all stages of the food supply chain. We are all guilty of wasting food, whether it be from not knowing or possibly not caring about the massive consequences of our actions. According to a recent study, 40% of food gets wasted in America (Gunders 4). This alone demonstrates the enormous impact of food waste not only on society but on the environment. People do not realize

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    The Waste Of Food Waste

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    runs through my mind when I witness and experience these wasteful habits is that people don’t understand how much perfectly eatable food faces the trash can every day. Food waste does not only occur in schools, food waste occurs in multiple environments, such as restaurants, grocery stores, and every day households. Food waste comes in all different forms as well, whether it is whole containers of salvageable snacks or scraps of food capable of utilization as compost. People don’t completely understand

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    Hazardous waste considered as an undesirable substance which characterized by ignitable, infectious, corrosion, explosion and toxicity(Environmental Protection and Heritage Council, 2010). It could be a solid, liquid, gasses, or sludges. It becomes dangerous to humans and the environmental health whether not treatment, storing, transportation or disposal properly(Western Australia Department of Environment and Conservation, 1996). Scope of the report will be discussed, 1. Hazardous waste types. 2

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    Waste Of Food Waste

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    wastage, “food produced and not eaten,” emits enough greenhouse gasses (GHG) to be ranked third amongst global emitters (FAO 2013, 6). In New York City (NYC) it is estimated that businesses “produce more than 650,000 tons of food waste annually” (Turso 2017). This specific food waste is classified as food scrap, cooked food which is still edible, but no longer useful to the business due to a myriad of reasons. Whatever the reason may be for the company, this tonnage of food has the potential and possibility

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    GEOGRAPHY WASTE GENERATION AND ITS MANAGEMENT DEFINATION OF WASTE DEFINATION OF WASTE Waste, or rubbish, trash, junk, garbage, depending on the type of material or the regional terminology, is an unwanted or undesired material or substance. It may consist of the unwanted materials left over from a manufacturing process (industrial, commercial, mining or agricultural operations,) or from community and household activities

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    Waste Of Food Waste

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    The United States creates an immense amount of waste every year. The United States lacks in its ability to teach its population about waste management. Consequently, the average American is remarkably wasteful. Americans are wasteful as they throw away a substantial amount of food every year, they use unnecessary amounts of fresh water, and waste electricity. Americans waste a vast amount of trash annually. The World Wildlife Foundation states, “About 1.3 billion tons of food are wasted each year—four

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    Waste Management

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    Municipal waste is disposed of in three different ways. As of 2004 it is estimated that 71 percent is land filled, 16 percent incinerated, and 13 percent recycled. Other wastes that have to be disposed of are nuclear and hazardous wastes. The environmental effects of different waste management solutions will be discussed as well as ideal ways, in my opinion, to dispose of different forms of solid wastes. Landfills are the most commonly used form of disposing wastes today. It is also a form

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    Food Waste

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    we buy, but 40 percent is just going to waste. Newsweek, Bonnie Tsui, magazine publisher says, “Forty percent of all food is never eaten, and this rejection of “ugly food”—the misshapen or imperfect produce that gets thrown out before it ever hits the supermarket display—is a major contributor to food waste.” Americans have too many options when it comes to picking out their produce. If it doesn't look clean enough, they choose another one. America wastes a ton of food every day, instead of focusing

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    Waste In America

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    Decreasing the rate of food waste in America Name (Shea palmer) Capstone Research Paper Language Arts Teacher: Ms.Brayak Career Technical Teacher: Mr. Miller April 28, 2016 From farm to table getting our food and produce to the consumer is a tricky task. Even with all the planning millions of food ends up wasted a year. Many steps are already taken to reduce the amount of food being wasted but are they enough? In America alone 200 to 250 pounds is wasted per person per

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    are afraid there is going to just by a mountain of waste piled on top of each other. That is why us at eh Mountain View reclamation in Greencastle,Pa would love to take some of their trash off of their hands. Our facility is already expected to have a lifespan of another 23 years based off of an expansion that we had already done in 2009. We currently have a maximum

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