The University of Wisconsin-Madison has launched a project to collect and compost food waste from campus eateries. Organized by We Conserve, a university-wide program that promotes environmental stewardship practices, the project aims to compost more than 400 tons of food waste annually when fully implemented. "UW has been composting for years with other organic materials, but we've found that great synergy can exist by adding food. It can really improve the quality of the compost ...

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