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Campus Dining to begin composting food from dining halls


Copyright: The Maneater Student Newspaper

July 26, 2011



This fall, MU will be one step closer to having a smaller carbon footprint with the implementation of a plan that will compost discarded dining hall food. Campus Dining Services and the Bradford Extension Farm are initiating a plan that will take students’ food waste out of the landfill and put it back on the table. Through composting, their hope is to decrease student waste.


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