Environmentalists push cities to compost more food
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The morning after Felicity Britton threw a big party for 65 people at her condo, her trash can was virtually empty.
All that remained were a few plastic bags and a broken wine glass. Everything else was recycled or composted.
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