ORGANIC & FOOD WASTE RECYCLING: For a greener environment in BC
Organic waste, or green waste, is organic material such as food, garden, and lawn clippings. Food and organic leftovers are different from normal trash and recycling and require a more specialized approach to turn them back into a resource. The efficient use of organic waste returns the nutrients back to the soil for ongoing soil health and fertility. When handled properly, It can become a valuable resource for communities, such as nutrient-rich compost.
Maple Leaf Disposal Solutions
We can work with you from standard pickups to more in-depth organics recycling and composting options. We’ll take care of everything you need, from training and support to providing components like specialized organics containers and service-specific trucks.
Whether you run a restaurant chain or own a bakery, you will end up with leftover organic materials. Every bit of recycled food waste reduces the release of destructive greenhouse gases. Rather than throwing potential resources into landfills, let Maple Leaf Disposal consultants find a cost-effective and environmentally friendly solution.
Retail Organics and food recycling
It doesn’t matter which businesses are you in, you are bound to end up with leftover organic and food waste. Maple Leaf Disposal is here to find affordable alternative solutions to manage your waste in an environmentally friendly way. We will turn them into compost, soil amendments, renewable energy, or other natural products. When you work with us, you will be sure that your retail operation is able to utilize the value that those waste can offer.
Commercial organic and food recycling
We will take care of everything you need, from providing components such as service-specific trucks and organics containers to support and training. Now you can focus on making delicious food for your customers and we are here to help you to find affordable environmentally friendly disposal solutions for all leftovers.
What goes into your organic bin?
• Raw and cooked foods – Bread, fruit, dairy, vegetables, etc.
• Paper Bags. Napkins
• Grass Cuttings,
• Teabags and coffee filters. Peelings and unwanted leftovers.
Organic waste could be turned into compost to grow crops, reducing dependency on chemical fertilizers or could be used to feed animals.
Are plastics considered organic waste?
In chemistry terminology, plastics are “organic” substances but not in the context of waste management. They have to be either recycled or incinerated at the end of their life. So, no, plastics are NOT ORGANIC WASTE.