Committed to 100% Renewable Energy and Zero Waste
Mobile on-and Off-Grip Power and Waste Solutions
Since 2008 we have been fighting to bring technology solutions to market that convert waste into clean electricity, heating and cooling. The time has come to make a difference! Looking back at 10 Years in the Business and forward to making a difference.
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The problem with food waste is that it is not only a domestic issue, but also a systemic one, meaning that every step from supplier to consumer, is a constant battle to prevent waste. Our obsession with cosmetic standards and the convenience of cancelling orders helps consumers to play a large role in dictating how much waste actually occurs.
We live in a world wrapped in plastic. From the whale that recently washed up in the Philippines with nearly 90 pounds of plastic bags in its stomach to reports that plastic has reached the darkest, deepest reaches of the ocean to the tiny fibers accumulating in the fish we eat and even our bodies, plastics just keep piling up.
Low-cost, lightweight and resistant, plastic has benefits we can not deny. But, unfortunately, we now see the consequences of our intense use, little recycling and leak into nature, where it negatively impacts rivers, oceans, wildlife and humans.
Every time you throw something as garbage, think of where it will finally end up. Whether it is a plastic bottle, leftover food or rotten vegetables, they all contribute in some way to environmental pollution and are also hazardous to life.
The Plastic Tide is growing by 8 million metric tonnes a year. If nothing is done, it is estimated that this figure will rise to 80 million metric tonnes a year by 2025.
Compounding the problem is that a large portion of the food wasted is precisely the food desperately needed by those suffering from food insecurity. Perishable foods such as fruits, vegetables, meat, and dairy are rich in micronutrients and critical for a healthy diet, yet they are going to waste all over the world.