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Garbage, Now With Less Waste

A software provider promises the likes of Google and WeWork it can get them close to zero landfill
Sorting food waste into compost and other categories can help RTS clients minimize landfill

On the field, the Mets are trash, struggling to clamber out of fourth place in their division for the third straight year. Off the field, the New York baseball team is making a serious effort to clean up its act, albeit more literally than fans might hope. Citi Field is gradually replacing its food and beverage packaging with compost-friendly versions, putting a wider range of sorted waste bins in

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