O.C. turning kitchen scraps into mulch | Irvine Real Estate – Irvine Homes for Sale

by Robert Mack on December 2, 2010

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Article Tab : Orange County Supervisor Janet Nguyen, right, David Ross from Waste Management, center, and Joseph Edwards, Division Manager for the Orange County Division of Public Works, look at a bucket of compost made from food scraps after the unveiling of a Food Dehydration Recycling Machine at Bella's Kitchen on the third floor of the Hall of Records building Tuesday afternoon. The machine turns food scraps into compost in 12 hours.
Orange County Supervisor Janet Nguyen, right, David Ross from Waste Management, center, and Joseph Edwards, Division Manager for the Orange County Division of Public Works, look at a bucket of compost made from food scraps after the unveiling of a Food Dehydration Recycling Machine at Bella’s Kitchen on the third floor of the Hall of Records building Tuesday afternoon. The machine turns food scraps into compost in 12 hours.
via ocregister.com for the complete article

Great article on how Orange County will start recycling waste into composting mulch!

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