Massachusetts will enact a statewide commercial food waste disposal ban beginning Oct. 1. The ban will divert food waste to energy-generating and composting facilities, according to a news release from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), which will regulate the ban. The ban will require any entity that disposes of at least one ton of organic material per week to donate or re-purpose the useable food. Any remaining food waste will be shipped to an anaerobic ...
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