Forty percent of the food produced in the U.S. is lost from farm to fork to landfill where it creates methane, a powerful greenhouse gas. And, restaurants lose valuable revenue from food waste. Denver's business sustainability program, Certifiably Green Denver, is working with the local restaurant community to help reduce food waste locally through the Food Waste Challenge. We hope you'll join your fellow restauraterus in implementing cost-saving strategies to reduce food waste through prevention, recovery and recycling. Sign up to become part of the solution!
February 1 - April 15, 2019
Is your restaurant located in the LoHi or West Highland neighborhoods and interested in participating in a free pilot to reduce food waste, receive expert on-site training, resources, compost service, promotion and more? Fill out this form and we'll be in touch with more information. Hurry- space is limited to ten participants!
Denver Pulic Health and Environment is conducting a pilot in the LoHi and West Highlands neighborhoods from Febraury 1 - April 15, 2019 to help restaurants reduce food waste. the first ten restaurants to sign up will receive access to:
How to Participate:
Is your organization a sustainability leader or does it want to be? Do you want to help make Denver an even more sustainable place to live, work, and play in?
Show it by making a commitment to sustainable action on behalf of your organization today.