Waste Not Wednesdays: The ComPost Crackdown

Frank Fritz assembles and labels the bins for a pilot composting program last July. (Photo courtesy The Washington ComPost at GW
Frank Fritz assembles and labels the bins for a pilot composting program last July. (Photo courtesy The Washington ComPost at GW.) - See more at: http://www.planetforward.org/idea/waste-not-wednesday-the-compost-crackdown#sthash.ghGm9lGy.dpuf
April 05, 2016

Students are leading the battle against food waste in cities. From local start-ups to wholesale retailers, young entrepreneurs seek new ways of rerouting food waste into innovative ideas. For this week’s blog, I caught up with Frank Fritz, who cracked down on food waste on college campuses. Fritz is a junior at GW researching sustainability initiatives in the Washington, D.C., metro area. A passionate advocate for social and environmental justice, Fritz is the president of Fossil Free GW and co-founder of The Washington ComPost, a student-based social enterprise that strives to mitigate food waste and climate change issues.

 

- See more at: http://www.planetforward.org/idea/waste-not-wednesday-the-compost-crackdown#sthash.ghGm9lGy.dpuf