New York City eateries embark on composting experiments

06/20/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

New York City is considering an initiative that would follow other cities including Seattle and San Francisco in requiring restaurants to start composting their food waste, a move that many welcome while also acknowledging the extra time, space and resources they will need to comply. Some city eateries have a head start -- about 100 including Chipotle and Momofuku joined a pilot composting project in April, and some other chefs and restaurants have taken it upon themselves to make composting part of the operation.

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