Restaurants In Austin Banned From Throwing Away Food

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Restaurants in Austin, Texas, will no longer be allowed to throw out food waste, the city announced this week.

Businesses can dispose of their food waste by donating extra food, giving scraps to local farms for animals, or composting, the city government said in a press release announcing the policy.

 

Austin’s ordinance is the latest move by a major city to introduce eco-friendly policies. Dozens of cities and businesses nationwide have banned plastic straws and other single-use plastic items in an effort to cut down on waste.

Read more at The Hill.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Bush state. Filling vistas. The full drunkers in the college town must be starving.

    They spend their cash on too much alcohol. Private schools folks. Real bids for work.

    Very neat. Help the sheriff. Give them free troughs too. Maybe the reform breeding there can find their mates.

    Large.

    • you must hold a Ph.D. because that read like an academic paper that was written by someone who was full of themselves and still made no sense

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