What happens to the scraps from 25,000 pounds of meat at Katz’s Deli each week? Here’s a hint: It’s the same thing that’s about to happen to all New Yorkers’ vegetable peels and egg shells. Another hint: They don’t go into the trash.
Find out more in “When Composting Comes To NYC’s Jewish Community,” my latest story on The Jewish Daily Forward’s Jew and the Carrot blog.
One response to “Not coming to a trash can near you”
Got the article! Don’t know why I couldn’t earlier. Tried a few times.
Nice — in style and content. And a good illustration of how you can pull a story together quickly like, well, like an on-staff reporter. *:*D