food waste

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Noun1.food waste - food that is discarded (as from a kitchen)food waste - food that is discarded (as from a kitchen)
waste, waste material, waste matter, waste product - any materials unused and rejected as worthless or unwanted; "they collect the waste once a week"; "much of the waste material is carried off in the sewers"
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Summary: Household kitchen waste quantity is increasing rapidly because of the population explosion.
Residents were forced to store their kitchen waste after the Department of Environment and Natural Resources stopped the operations of the city's fertilizer-making machines that were fed with organic waste.
Leftovers and kitchen waste will soon be recycled with the introduction of a new kerbside collection service.
Residents will get their first chance to choose to recycle their leftovers and kitchen waste with the introduction of a new, weekly food waste kerbside collection service.
"Our food is far too delicious to throw away - winnow technology keeps our kitchen waste in check," said Rojas.
They chew through about 50 tons of kitchen waste a day-roughly the weight of seven adult elephants.
Award-winning American cookery writer Maria Zizka offers a keepsake book containing more than 100 essential recipes along with tips from how to reduce kitchen waste and expenses to how to host stylish and memorable dinner parties.
Authorities today announced that DNA collected from blood stains in the hotel room where a Singaporean couple was staying does match that of a newborn baby dumped in a kitchen waste trashcan in Taipei.
On the outskirts of Jinan, capital of eastern Shandong province, a billion cockroaches are being fed with 50 tonnes of kitchen waste a day --the equivalent in weight to seven adult elephants.
DSGMC said the move will also help address the problem of waste disposal as kitchen waste, vegetables, fruits peels and leftover langar food will be converted into clean fuel on a daily basis in these biogas plants.
Nowadays water supply from CDA is inadequate and contaminated with sewage material, kitchen waste and microbes smell.