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Glastonbury leftovers to be put to good use

Glastonbury could start a new festival food waste recycling trend as it is sending this years food waste to be turned into compost for growing turf. Up to 100 tonnes of the food waste from the three day event will be processed by Eco Composting (Eco), at its site in nearby Dorset. There it will be treated under EU Category 3 standards and heated to 70 degrees celsius before being allowed to rest for up to four months. After screening for ...