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Adele Peters | Fast Company

If you buy a Belgian waffle at a food festival this weekend in Ubud, Bali, you’ll be able to eat the wrapper it comes in. more

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Precise weighing of every bit of waste in the furniture giant’s popular cafeterias is designed to create a culture that creates innovative solutions to food scraps. more

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Instead of shredding gadgets and melting materials, a Hong Kong company uses tools to carefully separate parts so they can be reused. more

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Industrial/Organic is scaling up a technology that makes composting more practical in a large city. more

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In the 10-block radius around Sarah Metz's apartment in Brooklyn, there are around 50 bodegas and five or six grocery stores. None have bulk bins; like typical markets, pretty much everything you can buy comes wrapped in plastic or cardboard. more

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