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Mallory Solis

Source Reduction of Food Waste Guidance

Over the course of 2017, MassDEP and RecyclingWorks in Massachusetts engaged stakeholders to develop a new set of best management practices for preventing food waste in commercial kitchens (the top priority according to the US EPA Food Recovery Hierarchy.) The guidance document is now ready and available on the...

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SITES: the Right Tool for Green Infrastructure

Green infrastructure is increasingly used to address climate impact issues, such as stormwater runoff, and to provide myriad benefits to a community. The SITES Rating System facilitates green infrastructure planning to create beautiful outdoor spaces that are functional and resilient. Find out more: http://www.sustainablesites.org/sites-right-tool-green-infrastructure  

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Pervious Concrete as an Environmental Solution for Pavements: Focus on Key Properties

Pervious concrete is considered to be an advanced pavement material in terms of the environmental benefits arising from its basic feature—high water-permeability. This paper presents the results of experimental work that is aimed at testing technically important properties of pervious concrete, prepared with three different water-to-cement ratios. View full...

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