Hastings-on-Hudson school district has changed Food service providers and the new manager Alan Levin is very supportive of the school’s recycling initiative. He worked extensively with We Future Cycle and his staff to find the perfect set up in the kitchen to allow for proper source separation.
Initially the kitchen had garbage cans set up at all locations with only boxes being broken down and placed into recycling. Now the kitchen staff carefully sorts out
all organic waste into composting,
all soft plastics such as the wrapping of drink containers or bread bags,
and all commingled like cans, bottles, salad dressing containers.
This reduces the kitchen waste from 5 bags per day to really just two handful, because only sanitary gloves and soiled soft plastic does not fit into the above mentioned categories.
Mr Levin has shown great support and within days has been able to organize the kitchen to follow the new guidelines properly.
Thank you for supporting Hastings-on-Hudson’s recycling initiative