When food scraps go into landfill, they are typically buried and, without oxygen, cannot break down properly. This produces methane, a greenhouse gas more potent than carbon dioxide.

July 17, 2017

"when food scraps go into landfill, they are typically buried and, without oxygen, cannot break down properly. This produces methane, a greenhouse gas more potent than carbon dioxide."

 

"Getting Rewards for Food Scraps," Solutions (2013): 6.

 

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