The Sweet Meadow

Video - Talking Trash

videoAishe Besim

When food scraps are sent to landfill, they decompose to produce methane, a greenhouse gas with more than 25 times the global warming capacity of carbon dioxide.

If we recycle our food waste instead, the valuable organic matter and nutrients contained within them can be recaptured. Adding scraps to compost, feeding them to animals such as poultry, or adding them to worm farms are all ways we can reduce the amount of food we throw away into landfill.

Watch the video below for ways in which The Sweet Meadow is reducing our waste footprint.