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New Jersey Waste-to-Energy Bill Would Require Corporations to Separate Food Waste

A New Jersey bill would require restaurants, supermarkets and other large food waste generators in the state to separate and recycle this waste stream for use as compost or in waste-to-energy facilities.
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