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Garden Food Waste Digesters help to reduce carbon footprint - COMMENT UPDATE

Centralised treatment of food waste using methods such as in-vessel composting or anaerobic digestion can cause more greenhouse gases than household treatments using Food Waste Digesters (FWDs), says an environmental study. The study titled Comparison of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from the Centralised and Household Treatments of Food Waste found that centralised treatment of food waste produces between 10 and 40 times more CO2 emissions than garden food waste digesters. Speaking to MRW ...

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