One-third of the food produced world-wide annually is wasted, which the United Nation's says is 1.3 billion tonnes. That's a lot of food.
Fortunately there are some very simple steps we each can take to reduce the amount of food that ends up not being consumed. For information on how to reduce the food wasted in your household, click here.
We conducted a public consultation and survey of North Shore residents to find out what is important to them when it comes to who makes local recycling service decisions, the type of service they receive, and their openness to pay for various levels of service. Learn more here.