01 Mar '12, 10am

Keeping the Pulse: Monitoring Your Restaurant’s Recycling Program

Keeping the Pulse: Monitoring Your Restaurant’s Recycling Program

The talk has been consistent regarding going green and the inherent benefits doing so can have on your restaurant. Customers have come to expect green practices in almost every aspect of their lives, and the food service industry is often held in the spotlight. Luckily, focus is geared towards sustaining an environmentally conscious business model now more than ever, and the ways in which you can green your establishment are numerous. Ranging from replacing high-output equipment to simply implementing and maintaining a solid recycling program, the methods are out there waiting for you to put them to work.

Full article: http://www.triplepundit.com/2012/03/keeping-pulse-monitor...

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