Program turns half-eaten
food into fertilizer for
The Cox Communications operations in West Warwick, RI, has been collecting organic food waste and shipping it to a composting facility that will turn it into fertilizer. That will then be returned to the company, where it will be used to enrich the landscaping around Cox's facilities. If successful, the program is expected to be adopted by nearly 50 Cox outlets across New England. To make the program work, Cox's café asks customers to sort their waste into separate bins, including one for ...
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