Difference between revisions of "Food waste"

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This has also been a concern because [[compost]] was suspended.  
 
This has also been a concern because [[compost]] was suspended.  
  
Pre-pandemic, [[EcoReps]] hosted monthly plate scraping events at [[John Jay Dining Hall]], where students were incentivized to not waste food. Students scrape their food into a compost bin after eating,  and if they do not have any [[food waste]], they are entered into a drawing to win 25 [[Dining Dollars]].  
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Pre-pandemic, [[EcoReps]] hosted monthly plate scraping events at [[John Jay Dining Hall]], where students were incentivized to not waste food. Students scrape their food into a compost bin after eating,  and if they do not have any food waste, they are entered into a drawing to win 25 [[Dining Dollars]].  
  
 
[[Category:Food and drink]]  
 
[[Category:Food and drink]]  

Latest revision as of 15:21, 21 February 2021

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many students have expressed concerns over food waste on campus. [1]

This has also been a concern because compost was suspended.

Pre-pandemic, EcoReps hosted monthly plate scraping events at John Jay Dining Hall, where students were incentivized to not waste food. Students scrape their food into a compost bin after eating, and if they do not have any food waste, they are entered into a drawing to win 25 Dining Dollars.