NYSP2I Helps Six Hospitals Across NYS Evaluate Their Food Waste, Developing a Self-Guided Tool as a Result, September 2018

NYSP2I Helps Six Hospitals Across NYS Evaluate Their Food Waste, Developing a Self-Guided Tool as a Result, September 2018

Throughout 2016 and 2017, the New York State Pollution Prevention Institute worked with companies across New York State to conduct several food waste assessments. As part of this project, several businesses were assessed from the healthcare sector. All facilities were located in population dense, urban areas throughout Buffalo, Rochester and Albany. The number of beds ranged from mid-200s to mid-800s. Most hospitals were of medium size with two categorized as large hospitals.

 

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