|The POWER presenting team|
Deviating from the usual organics technology presentations, the January 18 POWER session focused on the National Restaurant Association's participation in educating the foodservice industry on diverting post-consumer organics from the landfill. The NRA intends to provide educational support necessary to minimize contamination and ensure organics go to the highest good use, based on the community's economic parameters and available options.
|Chris Moyer @ the podium|
|Brenda Platt presenting|
2012 holds promise of embarking on a new era in the disposition of post-consumer organics generated in the foodservice industry. The potential is monumental to our air quality with the elimination of new methane generators in landfills and to our soil | water. Nature created a miraculous microbial system that builds healthy, well-structured, aerated soil that retains and filters water by feeding the microbes nutrients within compost. Food residuals are a key nitrogen ingredient to the compost recipe.
|Wayne Kin g|
These are exciting and paramount times to participate in the shifting paradigms. Thank you for joining us on the journey.