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French cuisine, but not as you know it. On this idyllic-looking island on the northern outskirts of Paris, a food revolution is underway. The team here are busy turning waste food from nearby restaurants and hotels into this stuff: compost. This is one of six urban composting sites across France, run by a social enterprise called Les Alchimistes. Compost that is then sold in bulk to farmers. This is good for the environment, because when food waste ends up in landfill, it releases methane, a powerful greenhouse gas that warms up the planet. In order to produce the compost a bit faster than you can in your garden, the team rely on industrial composters like these. But how does the food waste get here in the first place, you might wonder. A team of cyclists is being assembled to collect the food in cities. More than 60 businesses have signed up and receive multiple visits like this one every day. This hotel was one of the first to get on board.

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1. baonhi1509

Gửi lúc: 2019-11-22 16:22:38

Điểm: 9.9/10

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French cuisine, but not as you know it. On this idyllic-looking island on the northern outskirts of Paris, a food revolution is underway. The team here are busy turning waste food from nearby restaurants and hotels into this stuff: compost. This is one of six urban composting sites across France, run by a social enterprise called Les Alchimistes. Compost that is then sold in bulk to farmers. This is good for the environment, because when food waste ends up in landfill, it releases methane, a powerful greenhouse gas that warms up the planet. In order to produce the compost a bit faster than you can in your garden, the team rely on industrial composters like these. But how does the food waste get here in the first place, you might wonder. A team of cyclists is being assembled to collect the food in cities. More than 60 businesses have signed up and receive multiple visits like this one every day. This hotel was one of the first to get on board.

2. Meochan

Gửi lúc: 2019-11-22 17:25:11

Điểm: 9.9/10

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French cuisine, but not as you know it. On this idyllic-looking island on the northern outskirts of Paris, a food revolution is underway. The team here are busy turning waste food from nearby restaurants and hotels into this stuff: compost. This is one of six urban composting sites across France, run by a social enterprise called Les Alchimistes. Compost that is then sold in bulk to farmers. This is good for the environment, because when food waste ends up in landfill, it releases methane, a powerful greenhouse gas that warms up the planet. In order to produce the compost a bit faster than you can in your garden, the team rely on industrial composters like these. But how does the food waste get here in the first place, you might wonder. A team of cyclists is being assembled to collect the food in cities. More than 60 businesses have signed up and receive multiple visits like this one every day. This hotel was one of the first to get on board.

3. Manhhao123

Gửi lúc: 2019-11-22 20:14:35

Điểm: 9.9/10

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French cuisine, but not as you know it. On this idyllic-looking island on the northern outskirts of Paris, a food revolution is underway. The team here are busy turning waste food from nearby restaurants and hotels into this stuff: compost. This is one of six urban composting sites across France, run by a social enterprise called Les Alchimistes. Compost that is then sold in bulk to farmers. This is good for the environment, because when food waste ends up in landfill, it releases methane, a powerful greenhouse gas that warms up the planet. In order to produce the compost a bit faster than you can in your garden, the team rely on industrial composters like these. But how does the food waste get here in the first place, you might wonder. A team of cyclists is being assembled to collect the food in cities. More than 60 businesses have signed up and receive multiple visits like this one every day. This hotel was one of the first to get on board.

4. nguyenhuus...

Gửi lúc: 2019-11-22 20:28:40

Điểm: 9.9/10

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French cuisine, but not as you know it. On this idyllic-looking island on the northern outskirts of Paris, a food revolution is underway. The team here are busy turning waste food from nearby restaurants and hotels into this stuff: compost. This is one of six urban composting sites across France, run by a social enterprise called Les Alchimistes. Compost that is then sold in bulk to farmers. This is good for the environment, because when food waste ends up in landfill, it releases methane, a powerful greenhouse gas that warms up the planet. In order to produce the compost a bit faster than you can in your garden, the team rely on industrial composters like these. But how does the food waste get here in the first place, you might wonder. A team of cyclists is being assembled to collect the food in cities. More than 60 businesses have signed up and receive multiple visits like this one every day. This hotel was one of the first to get on board.

5. daiphu5sao

Gửi lúc: 2019-11-22 20:50:23

Điểm: 9.9/10

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French cuisine, but not as you know it. On this idyllic-looking island on the northern outskirts of Paris, a food revolution is underway. The team here are busy turning waste food from nearby restaurants and hotels into this stuff: compost. This is one of six urban composting sites across France, run by a social enterprise called Les Alchimistes. Compost that is then sold in bulk to farmers. This is good for the environment, because when food waste ends up in landfill, it releases methane, a powerful greenhouse gas that warms up the planet. In order to produce the compost a bit faster than you can in your garden, the team rely on industrial composters like these. But how does the food waste get here in the first place, you might wonder. A team of cyclists is being assembled to collect the food in cities. More than 60 businesses have signed up and receive multiple visits like this one every day. This hotel was one of the first to get on board.

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