Only Pay for What you Throw Away

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Riggle, D. (1989). Only pay for what you throw away. BioCycle, February, 39-41.

Incentives for Restaurants to Decrease Waste?

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Kate Corwin Kansas City September 13, 2008 12:04 PM
Hi, Is anyone aware of a municipality that has used incentives to decrease the waste generated by restaurants and fast food businesses? (compost food waste, eliminate Styro…

Pay-As-You-Throw in Pennsylvania

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Currently, the PAYT program has been implemented in over 211 different communities in Pennsylvania. Across these municipalities, wide ranges of results have been found. The reduct…

Baxter Healthcare Corporation Cardiovascular Group (CVG)

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Through source reduction, recycling and composting programs, CVG has been able to reduce its disposal costs considerably. In 1989, disposal costs were determined to be $99,190 U.S…

Innovative Uses of Compost: Using Microorganisms Instead of Pesticides for Farming

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Although there are no clear results concerning the effect this had on the farming community, according to the Environmental Protection Agency, more and more farmers are decreasing…

Measuring Impacts from Rate Incentives for Waste Reduction

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The overall influences of the incentive systems called for special units

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