Food court food waste – new system, big reductions

This Fifth Estate story –  JLL cracks the shopping centre waste conundrum, starting in Sydney’s inner west –  is interesting in multiple ways:

  • The centre is owned by Local Government Super as part of its carbon neutral shopping portfolio  (super investing in the future)
  • 20% waste reductions in the first month
  • pulping facilities that divert waste from landfill to create biofuel and compost (value reclaimed; systems-level design)
  • pay by weight for what’s not pulped, controlled through key-card locked bins (motivation and process design)

Food waste pulping

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Leigh is the principal of the business innovation practice Balance3 and her clients have included corporations such as Amcor, National Foods, Dair, SPC Ardmona, Kobelco, Corporate Express and New Balance as well as a range of smaller businesses and individual clients.