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Learn how you can build a food waste prevention plan from scratch or take existing programs to the next level.

The NYC Department of Sanitation’s Foundation for New York’s Strongest is hosting an exhibition of food waste solutions at their annual NYC Food Waste Fair on Tuesday, July 25 at the Brooklyn Expo Center.

GBCI's zero waste program is a sponsor of the fair and will also be presenting at the event. Stephanie Barger, Director of Market Transformation, Zero Waste Programs, USGBC will be moderating the panel at the session "Establishing a Zero Waste Program: Setting Goals + Metrics" from 3 to 4 pm.

When: Tues., July 25, 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
Where: Brooklyn Expo Center, 72 Noble Street, Brooklyn, New York 11222
Cost: $50

New York City businesses produce more than 650,000 tons of food scraps annually. Yet food scraps aren’t garbage—instead of wasting them, they could be used to feed people and animals, nourish soul, grow healthy food and create energy. Businesses, investors and policy makers are eager to reduce their food waste footprint. By pairing an expo-style event with workshops, digital content and live demonstrations, the NYC Food Waste Fair will provide critical resources,.

Learn about how you can build a food waste prevention plan from scratch or take existing programs to the next level. The fair’s exhibit hall will showcase vendors offering food waste prevention, recovery and recycling services. Workshops with city government officials will show you how to comply with laws and regulations, and you'll receive tips from experts on how to achieve tangible, cost-effective results.

Learn more and register 

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